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KenansYille, N. C.
Mrs. John A. Gavin is spending
some time in Hampstead and Wil
mington. Mrs. Ida Thomas of Sarecta was
week end guest of her niece Mrs.
Henry West, Sr. and Mr. West.
Mrs. N. B. Boney accompanied
her mother Mrs. Hattie kornegay
and others from Goldsboro to Cam
den. S. C. Friday to attend the fun
eral Saturday of her brother, Mr.
Mrs. Kennedy and daughters of
Wallace were Saturday guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sitterson.
Mrs. Victor Morrow of Chapel Hill
is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
E. A. Newton for several days.
Miss Ruth Cavenaugh of Mt. Olive
College, Mt. Olive spent the week
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
ed little masters and little, misses
from attending Laurencette Reese's
third birthday party given by her
After playing and. opening the
many nice gifts, birthday cake, ice
cream, nuts and punch were served
to the folowing: Lawrencette Reese,
Rose Mary and Melanie Brinson,
Pam and Oianne Howard, Ruby
Jean, Susan Murphy, Brenda Brown
Anthony Hatcher and Bobby Jerni-
gaa. Mrs. Earl Hatcher ana Mrs.
Winford Howard assisted Mrs.
Reese in serving.
O. f. S. Officers
Annual Election of Officers was
held here on Tuesday night, March
8th. when Kenansville Chapter No.
Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Tyndall spent 1215, Order of the Eastern Star met
Sunday in Raleigh with Mr. and
Mrs. Crenshaw Thompson.
Rusty Bell of Mt. Olive was week
end geust of Rudy Hasty.
Mrs. Aloise Houston spent Mon
day in Goldsboro . '
Mr .and Mrs. Earl Hatcher and
son attended a birthday dinner in
honor of Mr. John E. Lanier in
Maple Hill Sunday .
Mrs. Martha Sitterson acompan
ied by Mrs. Gertrude Cooper of
Wallace spent the week end in Wil
mington with Mr .and Mrs. John
M-Sgt. and Mrs. Robert Sykes
and daughters of Fayetteville were
Sunday guest of his mother, Mrs.
R. L. Sykes and Mary Lee.
Mrs. Ed Sparks and children
have joined her husband in Norfolk,
Mrs. Perry Grady of Mt. Olive
was Monday guest of Mrs. R. L.
Mrs. B. B. Williamson is sepnd-
The General meting of the Women
of the Presbyterian Church was
held in the Lucy Joly building Mon
day evening. Mrs. Samp Hodges
chairman ' presided.
Mrs. Mattie Sadler gave the devo
tional taken from the 8th Chapter
of Acts. Mrs. N. B. Boney assisted
by Mrs. J. B. Wallace and Mrs.
Martha Sitterson gave the program
on Gods making his appeal thro
ugh us" stressing evangelism. Four
teen members were present.
. Circle No. II met following the
general meeting with nine members
present. Mrs. Jean Stephens, chair
man, presided. Miss Margaret Wil
liams gave the Bible study taken
from Romans sixth and seventh
CHURCHES PERSONALS ABOUT PEOPLE
v Phone 2331 Mrs. James Faison. Correspondent
in the Chapter Room at 7: 30. The
Worthy Matron, Louise K. Boney
and Worthy Patron, Dr. G. V. Good
ing were in their respective Sta
tions. After the Ritualistic Opening an
interesting business session was
held during which time the follow
ing officers were elected for 1960
61; Worthy Matron, Celia Stroud;
Worthy Patron, J. B. Stroud; As
sociate Matron, Violet Rogers; As
sociate Patron, Colon Holland; Sec
retary, Rose Watlington; Treasur
er, Myrtle Quinn; Conductress, Sue
Westbrook; Associate Conductress.
Florence Brown. Tellers for the
Balloting were: Lewis Westbrook
assisted by Bessie Kornegay and
The Ella Cooper circle met7 with
Mrs. Dorothy Johnson in her home
on Main Street.
The Circle Chairman, Mrs. Wilma
Pate, presided. Mrs. Jack Brinson
opened the meeting with prayer.
Following the business session,
Mrs. Dorothy Johnson program
chairman, gave an interesting pro
gram on the Women of the Bible.
Mrs. Willard Brinson assisted the
hostess in serving fruit punch, cook
ies, and nuts.
Cora Stokes Circle
Mrs. Stroud, the newly elected
Worthy Matron along with the
other officers will be installed at
Williamson Tr nf the next stated meeting of the cha-
was week end euest of hU ' Pter on March 22nd at 7:30 sllc lias i"cs,ucu. ' wesj
MTVtifhamso0! I appointed the following cHcers u, hTtre rFoU
- serve wiui m-r iui me fiiuin yr;u : 1. i. . . . .
uifi nit; uuaiucaa acsoiuu, una. i. v.
The Cora Stokes Circle met on
Monday afternoon with Mrs. George
Penney in her home on Beulaville
Mrs. C. B. Guthrie, circle chair-
presided, Mrs. H. M. West
ing sometime with her brother Mr. "" " iDh .hoirmon ,
Whaley and Mrs. Whaley in ?"a": '"..T,' . e.f" ! devotional taken from Romans nor Bw(ten to David B. Gills Jr. of
I Kornegay, Ruth. Inez Chestnutt;
Mr. ami Mrs .Tasnw Smith nf siner. Mary ruiiora: Manna,
and Luke and lead a discussion on
' . . , . " ''"The Christians Resnonsihilitv ih n
Pink Hill were Monday guest of rgaret jonnson; riacia. tmrna p liti , Wav
Mrs. A. J. Patterson. ocKamy; waraer. L-ou.se. Boney Hismi, th-
and bentmel, Miss Anna Catherine .
Rhodes lng Wlth Praver-
j Mrs. Stokes assisted the hostess
A program, led by the Worthy 1 in serving ice box cake, salted nuts
Matron entitled "Silver Shines The and coffee Xo the nine members-
Star" was presented honoring the . present.
Miss Elizabeth Daughtry daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Wade Daughty
made the Dean's list at East Caro
lina Colege for the .quarter.
Misses Alio Ray Lewis and Eve
lyn Wilklns were among the 132
participants in the District Music
Contest held in Greenville Friday
Alice Ray was rated , excellent plus
and Evelyn rated superior. They
are papfuf of Mrs. W. J. Middleton
Jr. of Warsaw. v ',
Mr.s N. F. McColman. and daugh
ter Sarab Anne spenf Ow week end
in Asheboro and Greensboro with
Mrs. J. & Maoes and Miss Louise
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Lee visited
Mrs. W. E. Andrews in Charlotte
and Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Lee Jr. and
family in Rock Hill, S. C, last week.
Mrs. Elizabeth Pruettis visiting
her daughter Mrs. W. C. Mangum
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Howe return
ed home Friday, after vacationing
several weeks in Florida-.
Mrs. W. D. Clifton returned home
Saturday after spending a month in
Elizabethtown andClinton with her
Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Faison, Mr.
and Mrs. M. C. Bowden, Mrs. J. B.
Stroud, Jr. Mrs. C. D. Lee and Mrs.
J. E. Faison attended the Hand
Mclntyre wedding in Goldsboro
Mr. and Mrs. Mosely Carr Bow
den announce the engagement of
their daughters, Miss Anne Mosely
Bowden to Boyd E. Wilson Jr. of
Mount Olive and Miss Mary Elea-
Mrs. Mary Jessup of Fayetteville
spent the week end with Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Wells.
Mr. and Mrs. Dorian James and
Mrs. Hattie Kornegay of Goldboro
were Sunday guest of Mr .and Mrs.
N. B. Boney. Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
Outlaw of Garland were Monday
guest of the Boney's.
Mrs. Godwin of Dunn is the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Samp Hodges.
W S. of C. S.
The W. S. of C. S. of the Methodist
Church met on Monday evening in
the Sunday School rooms and with
Mrs. Sallie Ingram, chairman, pre
siding. Mrs. D. S. Williamson, pro
gram chairman, introduced Mr. 0.
P. Johnson who talked to the seven
members present on Stewardship
and the responsibility it carries.
Mrs. C. G. Nickens conducted the
devotional period. A business ses
sion followed and the meeting was
closed with prayer by Mrs. Ingram.
Rev. and Mrs C. G. Nickens at
tended a fellowship meetina of the
ministers nnd their wives in Hose
Hill on Monday at noon. A delight
ful luncheon was enjoyed at Effie's
after which the group went to the
parsonage for the business session.
The big and beautiful snow fall
last Wednesdiy, March 9, did not 1 brother to Mrs
keep the sparkling eyed, red cheek-' Kenansville.
Station of the Associat Matron
At the close of the meeting the Re
tiring Matron and Patron were pre
sented gifts from their corps of of
ficers. The presentations were
made by Celia and J. B. Stroud fol
lowing an impressive program cal
led "Mempries", during this part
of the program all 18 officers for
med the "Triangle of Love."
Brother Mrs Boney
Caleb Grainger Kornegay, Sr. 56,
died Thursday afternoon, March 10
at the Kershaw County Memorial
Hospital where he was admitted a
few minutes earlier after a heart
Mr. Kornegay was co-owner with
his wife and sons of the Kornegay
Funeral Home in Camden. S. C.
A Legionaire; philanthopist and
civic leader, he was a past mem
ber of the Camden Rotary Club,
past commander of the James
Leroy Belk American Legion Post
17 and the post's only lifetime mem
ber. He was born in Portsmouth, Va.
and lived in Camden for 29 years.
Survivors include his wife and
three sons, his mother, Mrs. Hattie
Smith Kornegay of Goldsboro, four
sisters and one brother. He was
N. B. Boney of
. .Albert Brown, 68, of Chinquapin
died Monday morning In the Hospi
tal at Burner after a brief Illness.
. Funeral services were conducted
at the Lanier Freewill Baptist Chu
rch Chapel Wedendsay afternoon at
S:00 O'clock by .Rev. Parker .of
Sneads Ferry. Burial Mowed la the
Cottle Family Cemetery near Chin
quapin. . He Is survived by one sisted, Mrs.
J. F. Lanier of Chinquapin
Mt. Olive. A double wedding is
planned for June.
Miss Anne Moseley Bowden gra
duated fro.".i Duke University in
1959. She is a member of the Kap
pa Delta Social Sorority and Phi
Kappa Delta Woman's honoring
Scholarship and leadership frater
nity. She is at present employed by
Burlington City Schols.
Boyd E. Wilson Jr. graduated in
1958 at Davidson College. He is a
member of Phi Gamma Delton Soc
ial fraternity. He is employed with
Burlington Industries Inc. at Dub
Miss Mary Eleanor Bowden gra
duated at the fall term 1959 at East
Carolina College. She is a member
of Kappa Delta Social Sorority and
Phi Gamma Delta Sweetheart of
Davidson College. She is a mem
ber of Fayetteville City Schools.
uavia a. uius jr. is a memDeri
of I960 senior Class at Davidson
College. He is a member of Phi
Gamma Delta Social Franternity.
He will enter Medical School in the
faltyat University of North Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Jackson
anounce' the engagement of their
daughter, Mis Phyllis Gevendoiyn
Jackson to Winston Churchill Stroud
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stroud
of Pink Hill. The wedding to be in
the Fall. ,
The Circles of the Presbyterian
Women of the church met Monday.
Circle No. 'l Mrs. C. D. Lee, Chair
man met with Mrs- M. C. Lewis
and Miss Kate Hicks assisting hos
tess. Miss Elizabeth Hicks gave the
Bible Study "Of Life According to
the Spirit" Mrs. Lee gave a pro
gram from the survey.
Circle No. II Mrs. N. K. uates
chairman met with Mrs. A. P.
Cates with Miss Jennie Middleton
assisting hostess. Mrs. G. H. Cates
gave the Bible study and Mrs. J. E.
Faison presented the program from
Circle No. in met with Miss
Blanche Lewis - Mrs. J. D. Ireland
chairman. Mrs. A. M. Davis gave
the Bible Study. Mrs. Dougald Mc
Neill - presented the program.
The Afternoon Circle of the Wo
man's Society of Christian Service
of Che Faison Methodist Church met
in the home of Mrs. T. K. Faison
with Mrs. Melvin James assisting
hostess. Mrs. Ernest Taylor presw
ed over the meeting. Mrs. Faison
led the devotional. '
The program, "Concerning stew
ardship" was presented by Mrs. J.
H. Darden and Mrs. T, C. Crowe.
Mrs. Curtiss C. Cates presented
her piano pupils in a recital Friday
night at her home. Carol Mangum
and Jimmy Bryant played "Camp-
town Races" by Foster.. Carer
Mangum played "Parade of the
Lollipops", by Rodgera and "To A
Butterfly" by Bentlyc Jimmy Br
yant played "Riding A Western
Trail" by Dungan and "Guitar
Serenade" by Graynor; Debbie
Jackson played, "The Elf and The
Fairy" by Bently; and "Air by
Bach; Don Bryant played "Hoe
down" by Blake and "April Show
ers by Slivers; caroi mangum
played "Turkey in the Straw"-Tra-
played " Sailor's Dance" by Still
well and "Puck" by Thompson;
Debbie Jackson played "The Gui
tar" by Gaynor; Don Bryant played
Gavotle in B Flat" by Handel;
Carol Mangum and Jimmy Bryant
played "Tukey in the Straw" - Tra
ditional. Following the recital re
freshments were served. Mrs. A. P.
Cates, Mrs. W. C. Mangum. Mrs.
W. R. Bryant and Mrs. Emmett
Jackson assisted Mrs. Cates in ser
ving punch, cookies and salted nuts.
Advance Census Report Forms Being
Distributed Across North Carolina
Advaace Report Forms for the
1960 Census of Population and Hou
sing will be distributed by Post
Office employees this week to all
households in this area, District
Supervisor, Samuel E. Rouse, an
The Advaoce Report Form is a
new census-taking device which is
designed to speed up the fieJd can
vass and provide more accurate
statistics. Distribution of this form
before the start of the house-to-hou-he
canvass gives the family a chan
ce to assemble information about
each member in advance of the cen
sus taker's visit. The district sup
ervisor urges all residents to fill out
the form and have it ready for the
census takers when they start their
rounds on April 1.
The Advance Report Form con
tains seven questions about every
person in the household and six
questions about the household's
dwelling. The household information
asked for is name, address, sex
color or race, month and year of
birth, whether married or 1 single
and relationship to head of the
household. The information required
about the dwelling is the number Of
rooms, cooking facilities, plumbing,
and whether rented or owned.
At every fourth household, the
census taker will leave a Census
Hotrahold Questionnaire which con
tains additional questions covering
population and housing character
istics, which are being asked of a
25 percent smaple of the Nation's
population. Houshoulders are re
quested to fill out the household
questionnaire and mail it within
three days to the local census dis
trict office. A pre-addressed, post
age free envelope is being provided
for this purpose.
The "sample" population quest
ions include inquiries on country of
birth, mother' tongues of foreign
born, schooling, employment, in
come and related items. The addi
tional housing questions relate to
rent or value of dwelling, heating
equipment, water supply, and other
facilities and equipment.
The district supervisor pointed
out that information about individ
ulas and their homes furnished to
the Census Bureaus is kept confi
dential under Fed. law Only statis
tical totals & and average are pub.
tied in published reports and census
gulation, investigation, or taxation.
1 CV.WiMU! KiSlF--
who doubts that the
bureaucratic mind reaches a
point where it holds itself su
perior to the Congress should
mrofiillv read the lust DUD-
lished of the hearing held by
a sub committee ox the sen
ate Small Business commit
tee on the Federal Trade Com
in food mar
Ben . Hu
the tub 00m-
mlltaa. e.w. Manlar
Flanked by various function
aries. Earl Kmtner, FTC cnair
Kintner has perhaps created
more personal publicity for
himself than any person to ever
serve on the FTC through his
inconsequential disc jockey
probe. Presumably he will go
down in history as the Don
Quixote of Tin Pan Alley.
In 195S Senate Small Bnxloeai
Committee requested FTO to
tady ta food retaulnf .
FTC dilly-dallied finally re
leasing major press release on
an "interim" report just before
appearing before committee.
gen. Hnmphny did not ap
preciate this procedure at an.
in rant, ha told FTO Chairman
Kintner, "The Federal Trade
Commission la not an exeennve
Mflu. VmF resnaiMlbtlltV la
that of a quasi-judicial or qnaa-
Independem refoiuory 0007
ah!lahA liv noncresa. The
Senate Small Business Commit
tee made a reqaest to the FTC
for this mveatlfattoa. ... I
don't Ilka the faet that an
mm. kb Indenendait arencv.
that la falfillinf the request of
a duly consinuiea boot uw
elected representatives of the
neonle Icnores the request of
Tn ftofenM for HelflT in com
plying with the request of Con
na th ETC Introduced a res
olution it had adopted initiating
a study into ine economic
abuses in the food industry.
Senator Humphrey then Bald,
"I merely want to be sure we
are not going 10 comeni our
selves with some more of these
pious platitudes. "Whereas"
sections of resolutions are just
about as worthwhile as fluff In
the sky. And many people
"whereas" themselves to death
In the hopes that somehow this
will appease the people Who
are Injured or cUfanlnt- Injury."
Th Sonntnr than minted out
that the FTC resolution rather
ignored instructions to probe
into collusive pricing. Kintner
replied he and his four col
leagues would give n prayemu
m m m
Senator Humphrey replied "I
do not want a prayerful con
sideration, because this resolu
tion says nothing about prayer
tn it. It speaks of action.
Th fiiTI renort makes arroauV
in. rHinff fnr anyone who be
lieves in the Constitution.
It Is renerallv for rotten Bus-
ate, after Cxar's overthrow,
rratnlv vleMed In 1911 a demo
cratic Duma, or Congress. But
a small corps of Bolsheviks, ny
issuing orders, by ignoring the
Duma, took over control. Prob
ably as never before, U. S.
needs support or the people u
representative government is
not ta be renlaoed by bureau-
cratlo rule. '
FINANCIAL STATEMENT FOR PERIOD ENDING:
December 31, 1959
Duplin Mutual Burial Association, Inc.
WARSAW, N. C.
BALANCE DECEMBER 31, 1958
Total assessments collected
Number new members 629 25c
Interest on time deposits, stocks, bonds
Net difference of advance assessments:
Death benefits paid (No. 200) .
Membership fees paid agents
BALANCE TO BE ACCOUNTED FOR
Cash on hand
Bank deposit Branch Banking & Trust Co.
Building & Loan stock
Death benefits unpaid
Number of assessments during year 3 triple Race White Membership In good standing at close of books 16,124
I hereby certify that the Information given in the foregoing report Is true and correct to the pre son al knowledge of thet undersigned.
SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN TO BEFORE ME.
this 12 day of January, 1960. '
Lela M. Surratt
My commission expires May 6, 1961
, Secretary-Treasurer Mary Q. McNeil
Street address SOS E. College St.
City Warsaw, N. C.
Telephone 2921 or 427
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