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Pvt. Bobby L, Miller, of Atlanta,
C,i. and Mrs. Miller of Jackson
ville were- week end guests of Mr,
and Mr. Ashe Miller, On Sunday
they were dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. jr. Smith in Pink Hill -:
Burnell Miller of Wake Forest
College has arrived home to spend
the summer with hi parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ottis Miller. . .
Miss Betty Gauld Quinn of ML C
College Is Jiome for the summer
. with her parents, Mr. . and Mrsj
Leon Quinn. ', i ,- ,
.. Billy Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Miller is recuperating nicely.
following a tonsillectomy in a Kin
- aton hospital "
Dr. I. L. Norrls and Raymond
Mercer spent several days recently
In Annapolis. i ; ' '
'. Mr. and Mrs. .Chester Williams
and sons, Mr. and Mrs, Osa Sumner
and daughter, Dianne, Miss Ursula
: Williams and Mr. A. T. Shaw spent
' Sunday at White Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. flavious Danley
have been visiting relatives in Ill
inois. ; i
friends of Mrs. R. W. Brown re
gret to know she has been ill in
a Charlotte .hospital
- Mr. and Mrs. Harold White and
daughter, Delores, Mrs. George
Riddrick and son Howard of Bel
, haven were week end. guests of
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Bostic.
Miss Lou Ann Nethercutt of
Flora McDonald College is spend
ing the . summer with, her . parents,
Mr. and Mrs., Ivey Nethercutt .
Mr. and Mrs. HAmer Howard and
children. Miss DoreeB; .Nethercutt
of, Washington,' b.CL , were week
end guests of Mr.; and Mrs. Ivy
Nethercutt . ' .1 .. ,J . '.
. Triends of Mrs. Gardner Edwards
regret to . know her father, Mr.
Brice Is -very ill at his home in Rose
Lt and Mrs.; Larry Bostic were
week, end guests r of ,MJr. .and Mrs.
P. Bostic. - ( , Xi '-
little Miss Joyce Ann .Blizzard is
guest of Mr. and; MS, P,, Bostic
this week.'W?. Xj. t
! Mr. and Mrs. Vioidr,Oxley were
guests throughout h week end
with Mr. Oxley's parents in Beche-
ly, W. ...'; iMttx.i r
Mr. and Mrs. Temple Hill and
daughter attended the Harrell fam
ily reunion In Burgaw, Sunday." .
" Pvt. Murphy C'Thlgpen of Fort
Jackson, S. C. was home for the
week end with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Orvi':Thlgpen.--r-i;; :
Miss Immogene Jackson Is visiting
her aunt and grandmother, Mrs.
Bertie Sloan in Wilmington.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Williams
and son Danny of Washington have
been recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Julian Quinn and Mrs.
Brogden of Kinston were dinner
guests Thursday, of Mrs. Lula Q.
Mrs. W. N. Bostic and Mrs. Percy
Williams made a .business trip to
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Pall bearers for the funeral of
Mr. L. C. Jackson on Friday after
noon were: Messrs. Bruce Jackson
of Florida; Joe Houston, Pink Hill;
Nathan Cummings of Warsaw; Joel
Kennedy, Pink Hill; Andrew Jack
son and Reuben Hunter. tK
Among out-of-town relatives and
friends who called were: Mrs. W. F.
Thigpen, Mr. and Mrs, Joel Ken
nedy, Mary Edna Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. Willie Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
Leiand Smith, Mr. and Mrs, Gard
ner Houston of Pink HHI; Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Jackson, Mr. David Ressle
Smith, Miss Norma Allen Smith of
Kenansville; Mrs. Nathan' Cumm
ings, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Cumm
ings of Warsaw; Mr. 'and Mrs: Nor
man Craft of JacksanvflTer Mrs.
Herman Bishop, Mrs. Doris Brood
way; Mrs. Geraldine Emory, Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph " Jackson, " Mrs.
Ralph Jackson, Mrs; Charles- Lark
in, Mr. Albert Jackson of Kinston,
Mr. and Mrs. Beaman Jackson of
Raleigh, Mr. and Mrs; XoeT Jack
son and family of Fayetteville, Rev.
and Mrs. S. A. Smith of Middlesex
and Mr. Roswell Sholar of Chin
Miller H.D. Club
"What Shall We Have To Eat"
was the subject of the demonstration
given on Wednesday afternoon. May
19 by Mrs. Frank Rhodes at the
Miller Home Demonstration Club.
The use of milk was stressed in
the demonstration. Mrs. Maurice
Grady, educational leader, reported
on developing better citizens. Mrs.
Norwood Miller, food preservation
leader, gave the food preservers
creed. Mrs. Leonard Kennedy and
Mrs. John Miller gave helpful sug
gestions on Civil Defense. Recrea
tion was led by Mrs. Frank Rhodes.
The hostess, Mrs. James Miller
served refreshments to the sixteen
O.E.S. To Meef
Beulaville Chapter O.E.3. will
meet Monday night June T for a
regular meeting. All memberr are
urged to attend.
Card Of Thanks
We wish to express our gratitude
and appreciation- for the kindness;
sympathy and all consideration
shown during the illness and death
"of our husband and father,. Mr.
L. C. Jackson.
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Beulaville Baptist Daily Vacation-
Bible School closed Friday evening"
with a picnic supper on the lawn.
There were 120 enrolled, 104 average
attendants and 6? with perfect at
tendance record. Rev. A. L. Brown,
pastor of the Church was the Supt
Misses Carmel Eu banks and Janice
Albertson worked with, the Nursery
Dept. Mrs. James Thomas and Mrs.
Brown Kennedy with the Beginner
Dept Miss Lou Jackson, Mrs. F. L.
Norrls, Mrs, Jay Thomas, Mrs. El
wood Quinn and Mrs. Floy Danley
with the Primary Dept. Mrs. J.
Macon Brown; Mrs. Arnold Thomas
and Mrs. W. N Bostic with the
Junior Dept. Mrs. Edd Denny and
Mrs. Hosea .Hunter with the Inter
mediate Dept. - -f ' , .
Pianists were Miss Farrior Brin
son and Mrs. O. S. Thigpen.' Sec
retaries were Misses Jerrie Ann
Sandlin and Zelma Matthews.
The program presented at 8 p.m.
revealed some . very ... fine Bible
memory work. : Each ; department
having a part . The displays of hand
craft were arranged most attract
ively throughout the church and
parents of the children attending
felt they had truly- had some ex
Immediately , following the pro
gram, a picnic lunch was held on
the back lawn of the church.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Williams of
Beulaville announce the marriage
of their daughter Jackie Vaughn, to
Ercel Bostic on May 29 in Dillon,
The bride wore a two piece drete
of navy linen with white acces
sories. Miss Ursula Williams ana
Mr. Canary Batts were present for
the ceremony .
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Bostic of Pink Hill a
graduate of Beulaville school he
is employed with the DuPont Com
pany in Kinston. Following their
vows they immediately left for un
They wiB reside in the Brown
apartments in Beulaville. ,
Social news of interest to many
Duplinites has been received from
LaGrange where the engagement
C t&M U Ciaaa t-ardy, cf-wjh
ter of Mrs. Parrott Mark Hasdy
and the late Mr. Hardy, has bee
announced tt Mr. Frederick Wootei
Foscue of Trw-ton. watt of the late
Mr- and Mrs. Frederick Woo ten
Foscue of . Trenton. The wedding
wJO take place July St. '
The' bride-elect lea former mem-
bee the Beulavflle Scbeol facul-
tr- . j i ' -
Mrs. (jrc dy !!:s!2ss
76sct of Cfach
Hallsvilitr Presbyterian Women
of the Chureh met Saturday fter
noon with Hrc Maurice CTrady
presiding at the annual Birthday
program.,. The discussion "We, Too,
Are The WorW Church," was" led
by Mrs. Bland Rhodes assisting her
were Mrs. Grady. Mrs. John Miller,
Mrs. Otis Miller and Mrs.' W. J.
Miller. Special music was rendered
by Bobby Jean HUIer. Mrs, Rhodes
led the gpayer of .dismissal. Th
social committee served refresh
ments to the twenty-rive laaiea
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Bible Schoof Has
The successful Vacation : Bible
School, which closed at the War
saw Baptist Church Wednesday,
May 26, was evidence of the value
of a trained corps of workers
self - trained by personal study.
group study, ana cnurcn smuy.
Very few individuals have had the
opportunity- Of "college training"
for church service, but every indi-
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vidual in a missionary nspusi ssa
Church has continuous opportunl- njl
ties for personal growth, develop- S
ment and practical usefulness byL
taking part in the local church plan
The following workers (many
.u n.n,rini, tcninino onH lit-
tie experience) met for a study yj,;
clinic lor BiDie jscnooi nieuimu,
techniques, and understanding. Cer
tificates of award were earned by
Mrs. Oliver Jones, Mrs. H C. Al
len and Miss Shirley cocKreu inur- -t
sery); Mrs. Fayette Batts, Mrs. Ar- EMI
thur Cook, Mrs. Ed Polinski, Mrs.
John Wood (beginner); Mrs. WVM.
Buck, Mrs. Bill Fountain, Mrs. John
Bradshaw, Mrs. Davis Hollings-
worth, Mrs. Swick (primary); Mrs.
W. Y. Vann, Mrs. Eugene Johnston,
Mrs. Clyde Bradshaw, Mrs. R. P.
Wood, Mrs. David Carlton, Mrs.
John Barden (Junior); Mrs.) Or-
mond Grice, Mrs. John Fonvnle
Untermediata); Dr. G-een!,w, I, ...A
Greenlaw. Mrs E. B. I-ales and
Kra.' Guy FatCtner : administra
tion). Other workers' J the school who
dbi much personal study and pre
paration work but did not attend
the training clinic, included: Mrs.
Elwood Revelle, Mrs. George Hen
ry Bint, Mrs, Leon Mi&wrr Mrs. G.
S. Best, Mrs. Clarence Warren, Mrs.
R. M Herring, Mrs, Norman Jones,
Mrs. Paul Brut, Mrs, L. J. Jones,
Mrs. I i ' mn.
Tile wo&ei3 tcijlized the truth
the old a," " "It is not a d:s
gyaee to be dumb;, but it is a dis
grace to stay dumb" to a missionary
minded Baptist Charh, tar any
one who wants to learn has , the
chane to learn by Study and ap
plication. .The Baptist; Church
maintains: a continuous 1 training
center it its Baptist Training Union
organization, the purpose of which
and ability to do by S - ' i
out the year various i . , .
courses and special giiiJaru a .roups
are hli for the training i 1 de
velopment of each indivUa. l in-
terested in personal improvement
and service for Christ , ,
-Half the world wouldn't know
how the other half lives if some '
busybody dldnt spill the beans. ,
. It may be true that patience is '
virtue but not when it Is spent
is to train Id church understanding waiting for something to turn up. .
TO THE VOTERS OF DUFUII C0UI3TY
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I wish to thank the voters of Duplin County for their vote
and support given me in last Saturday's Primary., For this I shall
ever be grateful.
CANDIDATE FOR HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
I want to take this means to thank those who
voted for me for the State Senate and Pledge to
give my very best to represent Duplin County in
every way possible.
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