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' MRS. JOHN FREDERICK MOYE is the
former Hif Mona Naomi Moore, of Calypso,
daughter of Mr. and Mr. Jack Morton Allen
of Akron, Ohio. Her marriage to Mr. Moye.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Moye of Greenville,
took place Thursday in the Calypso Methodist
The Early Morning Home Dem
onstration Club meets wit Mrs
Velmon Benson on Tuesday, June
XSk at a.m. instead of 30. Each
member is being asked to bring two
down eggs. The eggs are to be sold
to add to the treasury. All members
arc urged to attend.
Tie first tohaecs harvesting in
Matte Ceeatty was an Jut t.
T Jack ratters In Blsiissse),
is earlier than nasal. Jack
early and, bis stalks ef
aheed fWe feet Ugh.
eesanitte harvest en
Select a piece of jewel
ry, A gift lie will cherish.
We have a fine collection
of tie clasps, pins, cuff
links, watches, bands and
Shop with us where
. quality is the word.
N. Queen Street
Kinston, N. C.
MBS. ROBERT LDTWOOD WALK
fcK is the former Mias'Myra Frances
Quinn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Leslie Cleveland Quinn of Pink Hill.
Her marriage to Mr. Walker, son
of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Walker of
IShacklrford. Va, took place Satur
day in the Pink HiU Presbyterian
North Carolina small grain ,far-
t will be able to more than pay
U VI UKaI wa
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Jones Bostie
request the honor of your presence
at the marriage of their daugbtei
Mr. Teonard Irving Young
on Sunday, the twentieth of June for any storage facilities erect..
at five-thirty o'clock, in the evening this summer with profits made by
Dobson Chapel Cbareh j holding their grain off the mid
Magnolia. North, Carolina harvest market, - Q
Sin. RoberrField, Duplin Times Kenresentativ
Telephone 2412. Please Call In Tour News. j
Mrs. Fields Will Receive Subscriptions and Advertising.
Mrs. U J. Matthews and children
Ronnie and Betsy of Winston-Salem
are visiting Mrs. Matthews father,
A. O. FusselL
Mr. and Mm XBSfj&feVti ,ld
son. Skipper. spinTtut-Veek end
in Mayfield, Ky.jssJtfng MrJFTelds
father, and famiyu, , .
Miss Betty Jean WiisrtT of Ral
eigh spent the weak end with her
parents Mr. and Mrs. Dew lit Lock
Mrs. R. L. Carr, alias Jessie Moore
and Mr. Charlton Carr attended
the commencement address given
by Mrs. Peter Marshall at Flora
McDonald College last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Price and
children visited Mr. Price parents
in Monroe last week end.
Misses Margaret Register and
Janet Teachey visited school friends
at Mt. Gilead last week.
Rev. and Mrs. Wade Allison and
daughter Janet and Miss Vicky Can
spent several days last week at
Misses Jerry Patterson and Val
eria Carr are spending some time
with their aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. Grover Booker in Rocky Mt.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Johnson of
Raleigh visited their parents Mrs.
Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. H. E.
Latham during the week end.
CJarol and Catherine Proctor spent
a few days with the Fields children
this week while their father is an
operative patient in Kinston.
Mrs. Horace Fussell and children
spent Friday at White Lake.
Mrs. C. W. Surratt and children
MRS. WORTH LANIER - is the
daughter of Jar. and Mrs, Martin
Luther Lanier of Chinquapin, who
announce her engagement to Wil
liam Franklin Landen, eon of Mrs.
Bessie Landen of Washington, D. C,
and S.' L. Landen of Wilmington.
The wedding will take place June
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KXS. EZIA I. HOUSTON
; Mrs. Emma Jackson Houston, age
72. widow of the. late C G. Houston
died Tuesday noon at the home
of her daughter Mrs. Luther Bostie
in the Potters Hill Community near
are spending a few days with Mrs.
Surratfs parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. J. Peeler at Cold HilL
Mrs. Held Fussell and son R. E,
Mrs. George Carr and children
spent Friday afternoon at White
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Ramsey and
children and Misses Valeria and
Jerry Patterson Carr spent Thursday
at Wrigbtsville Beach.
Master Arthur Marguaret of
Washington, D. C. has returned
home after an extended visit with
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. T.
Mr. Pratt Mallard of Richmond,
Va spent the week end with his
mother, Mrs. Maggie Mallard.
Mr. and Mrs. David Murray and
sons spent Sunday in Kenansville
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Glacus Mur
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Teachey and
family of Rictimond, Va. are visit
ing relatives here this week.
James Alderman left Friday to
attend the Diesel School at Knox
Dan. Reid of Raleigh is visiting
relatives here. y
Little Jack Cottle is at home after
ipending a few weeks in Fayette
ville with his' grandparents, Mr.
3nd Mrs. G. A. Pate.
Miss Lillie Teachey and Miss
Joyce Teachey visited relatives in
Raleigh last week.
The 1954 peach crop in North
Carolina is estimated at 1,050,000
bushels, 11 per cent below the 1853
VOWS SPOKEN ,
PINK HILL - A candlelight cere
mony uniting Miss Myra Frances
Quinn and Robert Linwood Walker
was solemnized here on Saturday
in the Pink Hill Presbyterian
Church. The Rev. Samuel N. Tho
mas, cousin of the bride, officiated.
He was assisted by the Rev. N. P.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Leslie Cleveland Quinn
of Pink Hill and Mr. Walker is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Walker
of Shacklefords, Va.
Miss Dorothy Carol Stroud, pian
ist and Miss Lou Anne Davis, solo
ist, presented a program of wedding
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, wore a ballerina length
gown of ChantiUy lace over tulle
and taffeta with a round scoop neck
and three quarter sleeves. Her
fingertip veil of illusion was attach
ed to a Juliet cap embroidered in
pearls and sequins. She carried a
prayer book centered with a white
Mass' Dorothy Taylor, maid of
men wore a ssuierma lengta gown
of aqua net over taffeta with match
ing stole. She carried a white prayer
book with assorted flowers.
The bridegroom had Us father as
best man. Ushering with the bride's
brother, Thomas Harold Quinn, was
David B. Watson of Raleigh and
The bride's mother wore a street
length dress of navy Jrrepe and lace
with pink ' and navy accessories.
She also wore a corsage of pink
carnations. The bridegroom's moth
er wore a dress of peacock blue
lace with matching accessories and
a corsage of white carnations.
Following the ceremony, the
bride's parents entertained at a re
ception inx their home.
Mrs. Walker is a graduate of Pink
Hill High School and attended a
business school in Raleigh. She is
now employed by the State of
The bridegroom was graduated
from West Point High School in
Virginia, attended the University
of Richmond and served in the U.S.
Army for two years. He is now
employed by an insurance company
in Raleigh. '
Mr. and Mrs. Walker will make
their home in Raleigh after a wedd
ing trip to the western part of the
Mrs. Leslie Turner of Pink Hill
and Mrs. LUa Lanier of Benlaville
will be co-hostess to the AJJ.W in
the home of Mrs. Turner Saturday.
June 12 at 3 o'clock. An members
are urged to be present. - 'i
Cub. Scouts with their leaders
spent Saturday night and Sunday
at Topsail Beach.
There win not be a regular 2nd
Sunday, service due to the Shelter
Neck Institute, which is heme held
at Shelter Heck.
Miss Sallie Outlaw was hostess
to the local bridge dub Friday
The church and commsnuty wel
comed Rev. and Mrs. Vsnfcsa Bam.
ering as new mhiHter ami ab
honored Rev. and Mrs. G. H. Clkradk
of Concord. N. H. who were Sacrmw
residents, with a hosjBtfsfisI puuusr
supper in the church joed. 3Gaxdogr
night at, six o'clock.
Miss Essie Outlaw kan rvtarnetf
to her home mOowasg ttfte dosing:
comme ike inw iiil eanaroiieiF rrf the"
Mesdames Jse Ptefcac. J!amt
Parker and cfcaMnta T 3d Qfiw &
R. L. Parker et Jfewurt Sawsj. Ta.
have been gsnsCs at SCr. jos Mrs.
J. H. Parker TttHsmy
Mr. aod Mrs Qtnreilu Qutiar
spent SnmfiiT -Ja Kbs. OuHaw J
mother. Mrs. X C Sm& itsnr FVnit
Mr. arad Mrs. rmn Shzar perC '
Saturday TripW jmfi SUmiuy waHfc!
Mr. and Mrs. Jfi 2 ifaw jg Tin-'
Mr. and Mrs. Timnt a?ffiii rf
Kinstim were TjaUorF wttt a&a
tives dtrrmg fiu -week nt
Mrs. Nora MHhwHir vS Hsmwfgr
Home visited IrjennE iherc ar
day. Dr. Russell Ontanr nf MnnehnaS
City visited his params. Mr. ant
Mrs. Luther Outlaw Saturday mjftt
Beulaville after a slsort illneM and
several years of dscUukg health.
., Funeral services were held Wed
nesday' afternoon at .3.30 o'clock
from the Sandhill Church by Elder
Bryant and Elder Cray. Burial was
in the Church Cemetery. :., -
She la survived by seven' sons,
Ingram, Gardner, John, Joe,' David
and Curie Houston all of Pink Hill
and Poaey Houston of Richlandafl
Four daughters Mrs. ; Ina Heath,
Mrs. Eva FutrelL Mrs. Ella Bostie
all of Pink Hill and Mrs. Minnie
Smith of Beulaville, fifty eeven
grand children and thirteen great
grandchildren. Four brothers. Al
bert Jackson ef Kirntnn. Joel Jack
son of FayetleviHe. John William
Jackson and Sherman Jackson of
Beutavule. One sister Mrs. Ida
Commings of Warsaw.
Mats. GEOSGIA GL KOSNEGAT
Mrs. Georgia Grady Koraegay.
SS. wife ef the lata W. GL. Koraegay
of Dnptm Cwasty. died a the
her dauaktttv Mrs. Battie Davit
Ptttk HiU Twaaday at stSO pja.
Ftaoetrat awtkes wr held from the
& F. Grady Scfceat auditorium in
Dfcsp&at Owaty Thorsday at 3 an,
tejadueted hy thn Bsrc Mr. Reagent
sasaar r ms Pink BUI Methodist
ChnseJsi assiaatd by the Rev. Vinton
Bweringteav paator at the Outlaw's
Bridge Csjrenattst; fhsirh. lnter
meot was ins th laanfty cemetery
ueae- the sum. She is survived by
three daughters, Mrs. Hatbe Darts
irf Ptnk KUL Mrs. V. W. Simmnm
at Gnidshoro and Miss Bessie Enrne
gay of AlheftamK three sons, Thad
and: Alvic of AQbertsoa and Dr. H.
X. Siraegay of Jesstnx Ga; eight
gramicaildrea and seven great-
WAUEX X. SOOtONS ,
Walter J. Sinrmturt. 4DL died Tues
day night at the Veterans Hospital
in Ournanz. Faiteral services will
be auM tvnt the Baptist Church in
Beulaville at 3 pun. Friday hi
snurx at the Rev. A. L. Brown of
SeuiamOe. Bortal will follow in
Saoo mXL Cemetery near Potters
SiT. Survivors are his wife. Vera
Euusttra Sunmona; four children.
Calf!"-' i .j, tJtmr.f unit 1
Jean cf U tome; his parents, t.r.
and !..s. L. J. j:nmons of teula
ville: five brciers, JI.nnle Sim
mons of Kansas City, Kansas, Calvin
of Beulaville, Exum with the armed
forces in Germany, William E. and
Robert of Beulaville,- four sisters,
Mrs. James Edwards, Mrs. Horace
Jackson, Mrs. George Vordarn, all of
Beulaville and Mrs. Marlon Dixon
of Rose Hill. . - , ...
Visiis l!:v:l llosp.
The Youth Fellowship group of
Kenansville gave a program, at the
Naval Hospital at Camp LeJeune
Youth attending were: Doris Cai
son Sally Newton. ' Betty Ingram,
Barbara MitcheU. Dianne Stokes,
Sarah West Outlaw. Yvonne Patter
son, Jessie Lee Houston, Margie
Jones. Gail Newton. Jimmy Bowden,
and Timmy Outlaw. ' , v
They were accompanied by Rev.
J. a White. Mrs. XL A. Newton. Mrs.
'. M. Ingram and Mrs. N. B. Boney.
Following the program the group
served refreshments. - --' .,
Hostess At Bridge
Mrs. J. B. Wallace was hostess to
her bridge club and additional guest
on Monday evening .
Beautiful arrangements of white
gladioli and fever few Were used
in decoration where the tables were
Visitors for the games were mem
bers of the Town and Country Club
which included Mrs. JJ. Wells, Mrs.
C B. Guthrie. Jr. Mrs. Wiley-Booth
and Mrs. C C Hester.
High score for club members was
Mrs. Vance Gavin who was presen
ted dusting powder. Visitors high
was won by Mrs. Guthrie, who also
received dusting powder. Mrs. L O.
Kherson, alio a g-.'..H was remem
bered with a g:.t.
Following tlia games f e hostess
served frozen fruit si '.-X cookies,
cheese straws arid. Ice tea. -
United States farmers placed 47
per cent of the 1853 wheat crop,.
41 per cent of the cotton crop, and
29 per cent of the peanut crop under
the federal price support program.
At , -IT
You want ttrattend
this great - bargain
. Goldsboro, N. C.
Want to have your
the best salad maker fat the
county? Then learn to make the
dressing that is Just right to go
with your salad, says Vmgmia Wil
son, State College extension nutri-
DUPLIN COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
John F. Powers; M.D.
TO ALL DOG OWNERS OF DUPLIN CpUNTY:
This letter is to remind you that fhfc Public Health Law requires
all dogs in the county to be vaccinated against rabies each year.
Babies is a fatal disease. There iytio cure . There Is a prevention,
1. Vaccination 2. Get tfd of stray CjL -, f'f
The rabies inspector has held 'c'l r$.,bver the county recently
' and lots of dogs were vaccinated, hr . tt, we know that many have
not been vaccinated. Therefore, on bout July 1, 1954 the inspec
tor and a sheriff deputy will car . county checking on dog
' vaccination. Their duty will be to v te dogs when owner wishes .
v it; to destroy the dog if unclaimed; , serve warrants to those
who refuse to vaccina t or who otherwise fail to cooperate with the
J (U 0(w (ISrtl ti'u
. 4 uoy ait b
a V h- e tH.:i y' f W r '"TTealth Officer
J ,"int' w f I M : i
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Siin Dress e
A little touch of
make the difference between a salad
with personality and one that tastes
flat. Miss Wilson add that most
salad dressings can actually be made
from three basic reclpea . French
dressing, mayonnaise, and cooked
salad dressing. No one dressing fits
every salad. Make up a batch of
different dressings to have on hand
and then try adding a pinch of this
and that until you get the flavor to
suit your taste.
For a dressing that is quick and
easy to make, try Miss Wilson's
recipe for Mock Mayonnaise.
1 cup water
1 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons lemon juice or vinegar
1 cup oil
Cook flour and water until very
thick. Pour hot mixture over egg.
salt, lemon juice, or vinegar, and
oil which have been thoroughly
mixed. Beat with a rotary egg beat
er until smooth and well blended.
For a special treat, try serving a
spoonful of mayonnaise on hot veg
etables like broccoli, asparagus, or
ii ft. VEtA WINSTON
, . THsi ' covered-lip look take
over this summer and the sun
. dreaa seems to be out of the run.
nlng- unless It is worn with a little
cover agent. Italian cotton la
bright, orangey red la used for a
.amart sun- dress with a tiny be-'
lero Jacket The frock has a deep
round neckline with narrow hands
over the shoulders. Raws of tucks
form the cummerbund tmdruT;
. aklrt billowins;-hutnui tin.
;a there: DouU
'rowotf tucu.. around the neck
ef tne solera, which ig lined 0
Beulaville Soda Shop
J. T. MUjLER, Manager
Ee-Opening of His Newly Remodeled
A New Fountain and Stools Have Been Installed.
Thick RElk; Jccs Will Be Given FREE
Between The Hours of 8:00 and 10.-00 P. M.
Banana Splifs 25c
Sundaes-20c & 25c
Sodas (All Flavors) -15c
Come and Bring Your Family
Don't Forget The Date
Saturday June 12
Beulaville Soda Shop
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I GOLDPARIC:, LAX3
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Aifrecfions Are AvailableTo You At
5 Miles South ef Goldsboro on Highway 117, so come out to
Goldpark Lake and enjoy clean fun and relaxation.''
1. FREE Sun Heated Showers for. All.
2. FREE Private Picnic Areas with grills for steaks, fish, chicken, etc
. . Vfvu u unuimuui a v vuui in tHKe wiu a complete cnange of
Ir water daily. s
H . Ample ParkLng Space. ' ' ? h v
M 5. Diving Boards, Water Slides. See-Saws & Swinv
6. Water Skiing and Motor Boating . 7 : '
, . ifes, These and Many More At
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