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PLEASING YOU PLEASES US
D, E. BROCK IN BEULAVILLE
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Czjhvilfe's RusinessUk Expanding
Ji'jo fJeiv firms Opening There
PL K. Brock, prominent farmer of
Seulaville, announces on these pages
the opening of one of Beulaville's
businesses. Mr. Brock will
radios. TVs along with a
jgeaeral line of mereandise. Also
be will carry a line of tractors and
tractor equipment and service the
machinery.
Mr. Brock is married to the for
mer Effie LangSton of Pink Hill
.and they have 8 children. He is a
member of the Mt. Zion Free Will
.Baptist Church.
'Clinton Campbell, a native of
Kentucky and son of Mr. and Mrs.
Emory Campbell of Beulaville
canes back after working with Du
zmnt for the past two years to en
ter business with Orzo Thigpen.
They announce the business name
wHl be changed to Thigpen and
Campbell. Mr. Campbell is married
to the former Ruby Turner of Beu
laville and they have two children.
He is veteran of World War II.
a Missionary Baptist, Mason and
member of the Lions Club.
Jack Jarman is a second of Beu
laville's businesses opening here.
Jack is opening a new service sta
tion. He is a native of Onslow Coun
ty and married to the former Myr
tte.Tbnmas. They have two children. He is a
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veteran of World War n, member
of the Free Will Baptist Church
and a Mason.
Personals
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Warren and
-hildren and Mrs. James Bailey and
daughter, Debbie of Goldsboro, were
rectnt guests. 01 Mr. and Mrs. J.
G. Kennedy.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hill, of Mari
etta and Mrs. J. M ' Brinkley of
Morgantop were weekend guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Temple Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Willis and sons
of Columbia, C. were weekend
guests of Rev. and vMrs. A. L.
Mr. and Mrs. Leland Cottle and
son 01 Kaieign were week end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cot
tle. Friends of Mrs. N. E. Gresham of
Norfolk, Va., regret to know she is
confined to her home due to ill
ness. Friends of Alpohonza Quinn re
gret if, know he is seriously ill in
a Kinston hospital.
Mrs. Haywood Williams of Fort
Jackson, S. C. is a guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Led Williams.
Miss Golonda Cummings of Jack
sonville spent the weekend with
her parents.
Jimmy Miller of Morganton spent
the weekend with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. James Miller.
Mrs. Bud Miller and son, Jeff
and Mrs. Ray Humphrey spent
Tuesday in Wilmington.
Messrs. Cecil, James and Andrew
Miller were in Morganton recently.
Mrs. Sanin lresid P. T. A- Meeting
Committees Apointed For 1954-55
Birthday Party
For Elaine Edwards
Mrs. Marion Edwards entertained
Saturday afternoon honoring her
laughter Elaine on her fifth birth
day. Games were played on the
lawn. A doll calce with ice cream
an ice drinks were served to the
thirty guests. Bubble gum and bal
loons were given as favors. Elaine
was presented a lovely assortment
c-f gifts.
The Beulaville P. T. A. met Mon
day night with Mrs. I. J. Sandlin,
Jr. presiding. A, business meeting
was held and Mrs. Aldridge's Home
Economics class led the devotional
and hymn singing. Special recogni
tion for the new teachers was giv
en and open house was held. Prizes
were given to the rooms of Mrs
Mamie Boggs, Mrs. Lillian Grady
and Mrs. Leland Grady for the most
Mrs. W. F. Miller (Chairman),
Mrs. Orzo Thigpen, Mrs. Hazel Mil
ler, Mrs. Ann Jackson, Mrs. Ray
Humphrey.
P. T. A. Magasine
Mrs. Phoebe Pate (Chairman),
Mrs. York Lanier, Mrs. Aubrey
Tnfcn.ttori. Mrs. Elmore Brinson.
Civil Defense
I. J. Sanunn, Jr. (Chairman), Au
brey Johnston, Russell Lanier, El-
Circle II Met Thurs:
Circle H Hallsville Presbyterian
Women of the Church met Thurs
day night with Mrs. Ralph Miller
parents present. After the build- I dridge Thigpen, W. F. Miller, James
Notices
The Hallsville Presbyterian Wo
men of the Church will meet Sat
urday at 3:30 p. m. for their regular
meeting.
The church will held their annual
Rally Day service Sunday. All mem
bers are urged to be present.
ngs had been visited, delicious re
freshments were served by the hos
pitality committee.
The following committees have
oeen appointed:
Program
Mrs. Zoa James (Chairman), Mrs.
tlay Cupp, Mis. Leland Grady, Mrs.
icott Smith.
'Icspitallty
Mrs. Aldridge (Chairman), Mrs.
Daisy Nethercutt, Mrs. Carolin
Johnson, Mrs. Warren Thomas, Mrs.
Zanie Mae Cottle. Mrs. S. A. Pope,
Irs. Lois W. Denny.
Finance
Mr. Davis (Chairman), Mrs. Leo
nard Kennedy, Mrs. Russell Lanier,
Mrs. Bruce Barbee.
Publicity
filler.
Halloween
Mrs. Morris Jackson (Chairman),
Mrs. F. L. Norris, Mrs. Horace Jack
son, Mrs. Arthur Sumner, Mrs. Fay-
win Shaw, Mrs. David Cox.
Membership
Mrs. Loubelle Williams (Chair
man), Mrs. Bland Rhodes, Mrs. J.
C. Andrews, Mrs. Delbert Futrell,
Mrs. Grover Grady, Mrs. Clinton
Campbell, Mrs. Carey Williams,
Mrs. Murphy Rhodes, Mrs. Rom
Alphin, Mrs. Brown Kennedy, Mrs.
Paul Southerland, Mrs. Willard Ed
wards, Mrs. Ralph Mercer, Mrs. Ro-
coe Raynor, Mrs. Norwood Raynor,
Mrs. Jack Jarman, Mrs. John Hill
Sanderson.
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WELCOME - New Businesses To
BEULAVILLE
FEIENDS VISIT US FOR
HOTPOINT APPLIANCES
FCX Feeds and Seeds
Fertilizers
Wire and Building Materials
LET US FILL YOUR PMA ORDERS
Beulaville
Farmers Exchange
LELAND GRADY, Owner
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Marilyn Denny
Birthday Party
Marilyn Denny celebrated her
eighth birthday, Thursday, with a
party on the lawn at her home.
Her mother, Mrs. Ed Denny, was
assisted by Mrs. Ruth Williams with
entertaining the 23 young guests.
A pink cake with blue candles was
served from the table decorated i.i
white and blue. Ice cream complet
ed the serving.
Marilyn received many lovely
and useful gifts.
Mrs. Edwards UDC
Dinner Hostess
Mrs. Gardner Edwards was a
charming hostess to members of
O I the John Ivey Thomas Chapter, U.
Q ' D. C, recently when the members
Qwere invited to a delicious sea food
sunner hefnrp meptinp at her Mnre-
O head City home. Mrs. Herman Mil
Q ler. president of the chapter, pre-
sided. Flag salutes and rituals were
Bostic, who gave an interesting
talk on the life of Admiral Semmes.
Delicious refreshments were served
by the hostess.
Members present were: Mrs. Stok
ley Bostic, Miss Ermie Sanderson,
Mrs. Bill Carroll, Mrs. Herman Mil
ler, Mrs. Ashe Miller, Mrs. Lou
Belle Williams, Mrs. Ray Humph
rey, and Mrs. Gardner Edwards.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Carroll, Mrs.
Lou Belle Williams, Mrs. Herman
Miller, and Mrs. Ray Humphrey
were overnight guests.
Assisting her with the discussion
were Mrs. Bill Carroll, Mrs. Aubrey
Johnston, Miss Ermie Sanderson,
Mrs. I. J. Sandlin, Jr., and Mrs.
Scott Smith. The meeting closed
with prayer.
G. A. Met
The Annie John G. A. met Wed
nesday night with Jean Humphrey,
president, presiding. Pat Norris,
program chairman, was assisted by
the group in developing the pro
gram from 'Tell" "Light For The
World". Counselors, Mrs. F. L. Nor
ris and Mrs. W. F. Miller were
oresent. The group made plans to
go to Rose Hill Thursday to an as-
sociational meeting. The group was
dismissed with prayer. i
Circle Cnairman. "Dear Lord and
Father of Mankind"' wa the open
lng. hymn. A short business session
was held. Mrs. John Rhodes led
the Bible study "Paul's Second Mis
sionary Journey". Mrs. James Mil
ler led the "To Talk About" discus
sion. The meeting closed with sen-;
tence prayer.
The hostess served chicken salad
on lettuce, cracker,, cookies and
ice drinks to the ten present
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IN BEULAVILLE
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HARDWARE . .
SAMPSON PAINTS & VARNISHES
STAPLE HARDWARE
FIELD And GARDEN SEED
BUILDING MATERIAL
Quality Merchandise - Honest Prices
WHEN YOU WANT IT
YOU CAN FIND IT
BEULAVILLE
Jack's Service Station
W Of C Met Tuesday
The women of the Beulaville
Presbyterian Church met Tuesday
night for their general meeting.
Mrs. John G. Kennedy presided.
The secretary reports were given by
Mrs. S. O. Snyder. Mrs. Emmett
Clarke was in charge of the pro-
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FOR THE BEST IN SERVICE
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Tires And Batteries
New & Used Cars Can Be Financed
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OPERATED BY JACK JARMAN And JESSE BRINSON
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