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I Mrs. Roland Edwards,
?wry, Mr. and Mrs. Gra
paell and Berry and Miss
?Mtoas spent last week
Bo Rlizzarri made a busi
Hw Greenville Monday.
Ha Mrs. John Thomas, Mr
^Hatilenwood Thomas, Pam.
^Hlpbky. Lynn. Benny Ray
H| Ann Blizzard, Virgil
^^HMooie Ecum, Mr. and
Robert Grady, Ronda
?bert spent Sunday afternoon
KjPoanie Blizzard, Joyce Ann.
^^^Kpnd SanvBo Blizzard, Mickie
^?rd, Benny Ray Thomas vis
and Mrs. Willie Miller in
^^^^Hfckett' visited her sister at
Mrs. Milo Pickett and
ftH|^Kll|pent last weekend at Top
rilrp. Marcia Pickett and Martha
B|H|HmtoBde a business trip to
pWKiti Mrs. Bill Pickett were
Marlene and Linda Gurganus re
cently spent a weekend in Florida
visiting their brother, Jerry Gurgan-'
Mrs. Sidney Whaley made a bus
ines trip to Wallace Monday.
Mrs. Norman Sandlin, Jr. was
weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Pauline Williams graduated
from Practical Nursing School Fri
day night in the Kenansville School
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Clark and
children of Riverside, Calif, Mrs.
Grace Clark and Douglas spent
Thursday at Topsail Beach, boat
riding and swimming.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brinson havf
returned home after vacationing in
the Northern States. They visited ia
New York and Canada, they were
accompanied by Mr. Brinson's bro
ther, Herbert Johnson of Warren,
Mrs. Russell Lanier visited her
sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Nick Hodge in Raleigh last
week. On Sunday they visited Rusty
Lanier at Wake Forest College in
Winston-Salem, toured Old Salem
and visited friends in Greensboro.
Mrs. Grover Grady, Brenda and
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Miss Gilda Miller shopped in Kin
ston Saturday, while there they visi
ted Mrs. Sue Hunter.
Friends of Mr. Bilbro Bostic are
glad to know that he has returned
home after being in the Veterans
Hospital in Fayetteville for a few
Mr. Stokley Bostic has returned
home after being an operative pat
ient in the Kenansville Hospital.
Miss Janice Smith, Mr. Rayburn
Lanier and Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert
Williams spent Sunday at Harkers
Island and Cedar Island.
Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Sandlin, Jr.,
Randy, Jerry and Martha, also Dou
glas Clark spent the weekend of the
fourth at Topsail Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thigpen and
Devoul spent the weekend at Har
Mrs. Macon D. Brown made a
business trip to Goldsboro Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nethercutt
and Mr. Croker of Rocky Mount
were recent guests of Mrs. Betty
Mrs. Lessie Exum, Miss Joyce
Ann Blizzard and Benny Ray Tho
mas made a business trip to Jack
Mrs. Mildred Williams and Kitty
Turner of Raleigh spent Thursday
through Sunday with Mrs. Lila K.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith and
Johnnie Ray spent Sunday with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Al
Mr. Ocil Lanier, Jeny Grady
Prank Norris of Beulaville and Rob
ert Mills of Jacksonville, fishec
at Topsaibl Beaafc Sunday
Mr, and Mrs. Cecil Whaley, Mr
and Mrs. Erod Thigpen and child
ren spent Sunday at topsail Beach
Mr. C. J. Mercer of -Washington,
D. C. is visiting,hu> mother, Mrs
Alice Merver tor a few days.
Mr, and Mrs. jack Jarman and
Billie visited Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
Costin in Hookerton Sunday after
Miss Lisa Hunter of ICinston spent
he weekend with her grandmother,
Mrs. Caroline Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Carroll visited
Mrs. C. G. Sandlin at her cottage
on Topsail Island Thursday after
Michael Bratcher of Raleigh
spent the weekend with his grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Rho
des. ? '
Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Edwards,
Lois Ewards and Ruby Bostic re
cently visited Mr. MaHtm Edwards
in the Veterans Hospital'in Fayette
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bratcher are
visiting friends in Moeehcad for a
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
Campbell and family this week
were Mrs. Campbell's parents of
Durham. ?, .
Mrs. Mildred Williams, Mrs. Lila
K. Lanier, Kitty Turner and Char
lie Lanier were in Jacksonville
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Carroll visited
Mr. and Mrs. Norwood Carroll and
family in Durham Sunday, the Car
roll's are having a family reunion.
Sybil Lanier, Kitty Tilrner and
Millred Williams fished at Surf City
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Batchelor
and family have returned home
after a tour of duty in Guam.
George Kennedy, Douglas Clark
and Pat Sanderson spent several
days at Topsail Beach last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Kornegay of
Goldsboro visited Mr. and Mrs.
Glewood Sanderson Wednesday
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Odell
Brock tris week end were Mr. and
Mrs. Alton Cavenaugh and child
ren of Whiteville, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Whaley of Kenansville, Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Whaley and girls of
Portsmouth, Va., Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Whaley and Lottie, and Mr. and
Mrs. Dan Wallace and daughters
of Albert son.
Mrs. Linda Ginn visited her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Rob BatU in
Wallace for several days last week.
Miss Sandra Lanier of E. C. C.
spent the week end at home with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Mr .and Mrs. Ben Swinson visited
her mother, Mrs. Emma Potter,
who is a patient at Duplin General
Hospital in Kenansville.
Miss Claire Kornegay spent Sun
day with Miss Jane Veach and Mrs.
Ralph Veach took them to Scotties
Pool for a swim in the afternoon.
Mrs. William Kalmar and Miss
Malina Parker of Faison visited the
Dan Swinson family Sunday.
Mrs. Alice Sanderson spent Thu
rsday with her sister, Mrs. Nellie
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Langston
visited Mrs. Lena Matthews at Dup
lin General Hospital Sunday.
Friends of Mrs. Emma Potter
are sorry to hear she is in Duplin
Friends of Larry Swinson are
glad to hear he is home after being
an operative patient at Goldsboro
hospital last week.
Mrs. Glenwood Sanderson visited
Mrs. Ava Hargrove at the Golds
boro Hospital on Wednesday and
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Johnston
and children of Charlotte spent the
weekend witr Mrs. Bessie Sander
Mrs. Eva James returned home
wee* after spending several
speeding uus weak in Porta mouth,
va. with his son, Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Whaley and girl*.
Mrs. Dwigbt Hill and Mrs. Evelyn
Martin of Mt. Olive visited Mr. and
Mrs. Wilbert Pate..
Mrs Nellie Pridgen, Viola Sloan
and Eva James visited Mrs. Emma
Potter at Duplin General Hospital
?i?> <ay afternoon.
Miss Dianna Outlaw spent last
week in Chapel Hill, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. James Dickson of
Calypso visited Mrs. Nellie Pridgen
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Outlaw and
Children visited Mr. and Mrs. Eric
Sparrow of Deep Ron Sunday.
The Ladies of the Friendship
church are having a supper at the
Church Saturday, Jufer J3. time 7:30
p. m. Adults $1.00 - children 50c.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Johnson of
Charlotte, -N. C.? visited friends in
Friendship and went fishing at Top
sipinu. roofing of all
Plaster, Rock Lath,
Block, Paints And
ourran. terra cotta
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vice-president and house manager
of Sigma Nu social fraternity at
East Carolina College for the com
ing year. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Roswell Sholar formerly of
Chinquapin now of Alexandria, Va.
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A Family Affair
? The Thompson family has a large part in the epic story of the
Cherokee Nation "Unto These Hills". Three generations of the family
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show since it opened. Arsene Thompson (center) has filled the role
of Elias Boudinot since 1950. His son, Jeff (left) has portrayed "White
Path" since 1962. Arsene's grandson, Robert joined the cast in 1953
and has the part of 'Tsali's second son". He is also a dancer in the
well-Known "Eagle Dance", a highlight of the show.
Arsene's daughter and granddaughter, too, appear in several
scenes of the Cherokee Drama, along with 45 other members of the
Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians.
Director Harry Davis states that the veteran Cherokee actors are
very capable and do much "to bring the play together" quickly dur
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They lire descendants of the Indians who actually lived the tragic
"Trail of Tears", and their realistic performance instills in our newer
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