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'Vie Sth Sunday Fellowship Sup.
per tor all the Kenantville Church
ea will be held Sunday. August 29th
at 6:00 o'clock at the , Methodist
. Church. Th,W, S. C. S. ot the
Methodist Church will be in charge
of arrangements for the meal.., .
The young people will present
program following the meal In the
, church. An interesting program on
"Worship ' Through Hymns" ha
. been planned. Pictures of the re
cent beach "retreat" will also be
Everyone is invited to attend.
i Girl Scout activities for the last
two weeks have been on the move.
Wednesday, August the 11, their
xegular meeting was held in the
lodge building with Miss Rebecca
Grady, presiding. Miss Florrie Cur-
rie acting scribe. The interesting I go Region". - t - -
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feature olathis meeting, Mrs. Rey.
, nolds assisted ' Mrs. N. B, Boney
Jlth the Investment of her daugh-
ter, Mary urn.
On Wednesday of last week the
girls chaperbherbrMrS: George
Penney, Mrs. N. B. Boney. Mrs.
Mrs. E. A. Newton and Miss Sallle
Nowtnn enioved a awimmintf nartv
and dutch treat at Scotties Pool.
These girls are doing wefttand go
ing forward at a rapid pace in their
scouting. As the saying goes "watch
their dust." ,' 'i r
Women Of Church
The Women of th Church of
Grove Presbyterian Church met
Monday afternoon with Mrs. N. B.
Boney, president, presiding. Mrs.
Thelma Stroud gave the devotion,
Mrs. Clarence Murphy assisted by
Mrs. Boney gave the program on
"Africa, special study cnthe Con-
Sew Shftp s
FALL FABRICS Exciting
in Newest Colors are all on
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Mrs. II. B. Coney
At Mt. Olive
Mrs. N. B. Boney, president of
the Women of the Church, Grove
Presbyterian Church attended a
luncheon meeting given for the
president's of the organizations in
district Number six, given by Mrs.
Leo" Simmons at her home in Mt.
Eastern Star Class for secretari
al School of Instruction in Golds
boro was attended by Mrs. Colon
Holland, Mrs. N. B. Boney, Mrs.
Matoka Westbrook and Mrs. Mar
garet Westbrook of the Kenans
ville Chapter. Mrs. Ralph Miller,
representing the Beulivalle Chap
ter, also accompanied Mrs. Holland
and Mrs. Boney.
Mrs. Christine Williams made a
business trip to Wilmington last
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sitterson at
tended the funeral of Mrs. Tulie
Cooke in Aulander Friday. Mrs.
Cooke was an aunt of Mr. Sitterson.
Mr. N. B. Boney made a business
trip to Fayetteville, Tuesday.
Mrs. Florence Currie and Florrie
spent the week end at Wrightsville
Miss Jo nnye Daughtry and sister,
Mary, visited their sister Miss An
gela Daughtry in Washington, D.
C. last week.
Mrs. S. W. Newton supplies at
the Red Cross office for Mrs. N. B.
Boney w- vay attending a
Mrs. Hunter Su..ders of Golds
boro visited her father, Mr. Joel
Whaley and sister, Mrs. B. B. Wil
liamson last week.
Mrs. Allen Dunn and son, Jimmy,
are spendin gsometime with her
sister Miss Mary E. Williamson at
Carolina Beach this week.
Mr. Ed Simpson and son Burke
are visiting Mr. Simpson's mother
in Roanoke Rapids.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Brinson and
Hiram spent Tuesday in Wilming
ton. Mrs. Lela Powell and daughter
of Magnolia spent Thursday with
Mrs. Powell's sister, Mrs. Willard
Mrs. Hallie Daughtry visited
friends and relatives in Beaufort
Mr and Mrs. I. C. Burch and
daughter, Millie, attended the grad
uation of their daughter, Miss Mary
Sue Burch from East Carolina Col
lege on Friday. They were met there
by Mr. and Mrs. Cooper of Raleigh,
MRS. LAUCHLIN ALEXANDER
BETHUNE, prior to her marriage
Saturday in the Rose Hill Baptisfr
t-nurcn, was Miss Evelyn DeLeon
Fussell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul DeLeon Fussell of Rose Hi&
Mr. Bethune is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lauchlin Bethune of Clinton.
parents of Miss Burch's fiance.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sitterson spent
Wednesday in Morehead City.
Hep. and Mrs. Charles Allen of
Dillon, S. C, visited their uncle C.
B. Guthrie enroute to Albermarle
Sound for a weeks fishing.
Miss Bettye Ingram attended the
North Carolina Conference Meth
odist Youth Fellowship meeting at
Duke University last week.
Mr. and Mrs. DeLeon' Wells of
Wallace and Mrs. L. D. Dail of
Magnolia visiter their sisters Miss
Mary Cooper and Mrs. Davis Far
nor. Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Brown
had as their dinner guest Wednes
day evening, Mrs. N. E. Brown and
Mrs. William Helms of Charlotte.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Futrelle and
children of Kihston spent some time
recently with their uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ingram.
Alice and Brenda, attended a family
Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Brown,
get-together at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley Cavenaugh. Sun
iay. Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Brown
nd Mr. and Mrs. William Helms of
Charlotte were also guests of the
Cavenaughs Mrs. Helms and Mrs.
Brcwn remained for a visit.
Robert Franklin Willi
has been attonriincr Bummo mui I
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it Atlantic Christian College, Wil
;on, is at home.
Mrs. Rudolph Hasty and sons vis-
ted her parents over the week end. '
Mr. and Mrs. Buck Farrlnr H '
on Billy of Durham are spending
iome time with Mr. and Mrs. Rot)-
coe Jones and Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Mrs. Nora Shaffer spent a few
days in Burgaw with her daughter.
Mrs. Harvey Black and Mr. Blake.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Guthrie, Jr.
are spending several days at Kures
Mr. P. J. Dobson spent Tuesday
in Wilmington. Mrs .Lacy Vines ac
companied her brother home for a
Mrs. N. B. Boney and Miss Lottie
Williams were in Goldsboro Mon
day. Miss Jean Mercer of Goldsboro !
visiting her grand parents, Mr. suxl
Mrs. Sam Newton.
" Mrs. Wendeil Alphin and Mist
Jean Tyndall sint Tuesday In Kin
ton. Miss Carrol Faye Burgess and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Murphy met
Donald Murphy in Wilmington Sun
day morning. They enjoyed aea
Mr. and Mrs. John Hall, Mr. and
Mrs. Morrie Brinston visited Mt.
Mitchell, Grandfathers Mountain,
Linville Falls and other places of
interest in North Carolina Moun-
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MISS EDNA ARLENE THIGPEN Is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Klrby
A. Thigpen of Pink Hill, who an
nounce her engagement to James A.
Harrell, son of Mr. and Mrs, R. A.
Harrell of LaGrange. The wedding
will take place September 4.
Herman - Smith
Miss Ardeth Smith, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith of
Pink Hill, and Mr. Norman Her
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Herman of Long Island, New York,
were married August 17, in Empo
ria, Va. They will make their home
at Copaigue, Long Island, New
Mrs. G. V. Gooding visiter her
daughter Mrs. Banks McNary in
Mrs. D. T. Jessup of Fayetteville
spent the week end with Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Wells.
Mm Wendell Alphin and Miss
Jean Tyndall spent Wednesday and
Thursday with Dixon and Bumps
Guthrie at Kures Beach
Mrs. Daisy Smith spent Friday in
Warsaw with Mrs. Paul Potter.
Mrs. Park Prldgea of Warsaw
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Grady.
Mesdames E. A. rfewton. Colon
Holland, N. B. Boney of Kenans-
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saw attended the Rob Morris Day
In Greensboro at the Masonic and
Eastern Star Home on Thursday.
Missi Edith Murphy .of Jackson
ville, Kentucky aad Mist Frances
Murphy of Pcaderlea, nieces of Mr.
Murphy, were dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Murphy on Wedne
By MRS. I. B. PASXR
The Grady-Outlaw Reunion has
been announced for Sunday, Aug
ust 29, at 100 a. ra. Rev. Abner
Outlaw of Elizabeth City and Hon.
Paul D. Grady of Kenly will make
the principal addreesea.
Mr. and Mrs. Noses Mewborn and
Miss Edna Sutton of Goldsboro,
Mrs! Mary Alice Mewborn and Ut
ile daughter Andre of Raleigh
were among visitors for church ser
Quite a number from here at
tended (he Firmer Day Program In
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Mrs. J. C. Outlaw, and children
of Raleigh spent Saturday night
and Sunday with Mrs. Katie Out
law and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Fields and
children of Goldsboro spent Sun
day with Mrs. Paul Outlaw.
Visiting Miss Cora Parker of Wil
son has' been her brother, J. H
Parker and Mrs. Parker.
' Miss Elsie Jean Outlaw, polio pa
continues; to improve at her
Friends and relatives of M. W.
Sutton gathered at his home Sun
day to celebrate his birthday. A
bountiful dinner was served at the
Mrs. Alonzo Outlaw entertained
with a party on Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs. David J. Kilpatrick
announce the birth of a son, David
John Kilpatrick, IL on August 19
at James Walker Memorial Hospit
al Mrs. Kilpatrick is the former
Eva Sanderson of Magnolia.
"A Live Faith" Is
"A Little Faith" will be the gen
eral theme for the morning and
evening worship services during the
revival at the Warsaw Baptist
Church August M through Friday
September 3. Dr. E. Norfleet Gard
ner, of Laurinburg, will bring the
morning devotional (brief thirty
minute service) on the topics:
Monday: What Do You Have
Tuesday: Making the Bible Mine
Wednesday: Enthusiasm and the
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Mrs. Floyd A. Jones Prior to her
o'clock In the Clemson Baptist Church of Clemson, was Miss Jeanen
Frances Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brfown of Clemson
Thursday: I Belong
Friday: Confirm Your Reservation
At the evening worship services
Dr. Gardner will use as his topic
Sunday: No Cauae for Shame
Monday: I Found God Among the
Japanese , .
Tuesday: Three Lasting Ties of
Wednesday: Four Step from God
Thursday: Moved Into the Base
ment, ' .
Friday: As You Will
The public is cordially invited to
attend the service. The morning
service will be brief through con
sideration for . business people and
school attendants. Workmen are
cordially urge to cmM -dressed for
their daily task." High school stu
dents catch the bus at the gram
mar school and have plenty ot time.
It's only natural for the person
who is asked to foot the bill to do
a lot of kicking.
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marriage Saturday, August 21, at 4
Plan Youth Revival
Beginning Sunday night, August
29, Rev. Eugene Waddell will, con
duct a youth revival at Sarecta Free
Will Baptist Church. The service
will begin each night at 8:00 p. m.
ending on Friday night, September
Rev. Waddell is a MM graduate
of the Free Will Baptist Bible Col
lege in Nashville, Tennessee and
plan to enter the Columbia Bible
Institute in South Carolina this fall.
He will be accompanied by- Hi tal
ented young wife. - -
We, the youth of Sarecta, extend
a special welcome .-to everyone to
attend these services. We are sure
the Lord has great blessings in tore
for us through th preaching ot Hl
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