PmI Matron! and Patron*
Twelve members and three visi
tors attended the Past Matrons and
? Patrons Club of Kenansville Chapter
#215, OES, when it met Monday
uight at The Wagon Wheel in
Beulaville. Those who enjoyed the
dutch supper , were Celia and J.B.
-Stroud, Pannie and Walter Rhodes,
Edna Earl and Amos Brinson, Ruby
;G. Newton, Thelma B. Murphy.
-Sally B. Tyndall, Louise K. Boney,
Margaret G. Johnson, Inez B.
.Chestnutt, Pearl C. McGowen and
_ .* her guests, Annie Catherine Rhodes
9'. and Elizabeth Allen.
Kenansville Kontract Klub
. ;!Mrs. E.S. McGowan was hostess
fdr the Kenansville Kontract Klub
Thursday night with all members
present. It was the fiist time that the
-club had had 100percent attendance
in quite a while. Between pro
gressions the players enjoyed beet
>alad with crackers, cheese wafers
-and coffee. Mrs. Stuart Hall won the
^ htgh prize for the three progressions.
; "Sarecta United Methodist Women
.Twelve members were present
'wjien the Sarecta United Methodist
Women met at the church fellowship
all April 3.
- : Georgia Smith present the pro
gram-lesson on "Jesus Christ the
Liberator." During the business ses
sion, the chairman, Martha Swann,
^ ufged participation at the Spiritual
w- uav Apart to be held at St. Paul's in
T Goldsboro on Saturday, April 28th.
; She also solicited nominations for the
'district offices. A successful report
on the barbecue supper was given by
Dallace Grady, treasurer.
Lynn Fussell ?.nd Wanda Simmons
served Easter cake and punch fol
lowing the meeting.
Circle H1 of the Women of Grove
? Presbyterian Church met Monday
9 afternoon with Miss Annie Catherine
Rhodes who also presided. After
reading Psalm 27, Miss Rhodes led
in the "Lord's Prayer."
Mrs. Ralph Barwick moderated
the Bible study assisted by Mes
dames Amos Chestnutt, N.B. Boney,
J.B. Stroud and Miss Rhodes.
After the closing prayer by Mrs.
Barwick, the hostess, assisted by
Mrs. Chestnutt, served pecan pie,,
chips, cheese twists and iced drinks
? to the seven ladies present.
Circle #2 met Sundav night with
Mrs. Troy D. Mullis with Mrs.
Kenneth Smith as joint hostess. Mrs.
Louise W. Mitchell conducted the
opening devotional and presided.
The Bible study was moderated by
Mrs. J.J. Wells, after the closing
prayer, the groups enjoyed a social
hour while the hostesses served a
congealed lime dessert with assorted
crackers, nuts and iced drinks.
The Cora Stokes Circle of tho local
Baptist Church Women met Monday
afternoon with Mrs. Woodrow Brin
son on Limestone Road. Mrs. Ellis
Vestal presided and made the open
ing prayer. The jtrogram was
presented bv Mrs. David English.
She discussed the Annie Armstrong
Club. For refreshments, Mrs. Brin
son served strawberry glazed cake
The Ella Cooper Circle met that
night with Mrs. Robert Swain and
Mrs. Hubert Pate was co-hostess.i
Mrs. Swain presided and Mrs. Jack
Brinson gave the call to prayer. Mrs.
Pate had charge oc the program on
"The Cooperative Program." The
. eleven present enjoyed peanut
chocolate delight with cheese
crackers and coffee or iced drink for
United Methodist Women
The afternoon circle of the United
Methodist Women of the Kenans
ville Church met Wednesday after
noon with Mrs. Walter Smith. The
opening prayer was made by Mrs.
Viola W. Quinn, who presided. The
program was in charge of Mrs. H.D.
Taylor and she continued their study
on the Book of Luke. After the
closing prayer by Mrs. Alton
Newton, the hostess served pine
apple cake, peanuts and coffee to the
rue evening circle met Monday
night with Mrs. Hazel W. Scott.
Mrs. Ed Rector presided. The
opening prayer and program was in
charge of Mrs. Dixon Hall, assisted
by Mrs. Henry Guy and Mrs. James
Harris. They discussed "Who Rolled
Away the Stone?" After the closing
prayer, me hostess, assisted by Mrs.
Earl Hardy, served pineapple cake,
peanuts and coffee to the seven
To Deliver Meals In Kenansville
Duplin has more than 200 volun
teers delivering meals to homebound
elderly persons. Adequate volun
teers participate in the services for
the aged program delivering meals
in each part of Duplin except the
Kenansville area, Mary Dykes,
volunteer coordinator with Duplin
Services for the Aged pointed out.
Presently about 25 volunteers help
transport hot meals to elderly home
bound citizens in the Kenansville.
According to Dykes, the Kenansville
route takes over an hour and needs
to be split. Dividing the route would
fall for morp i/nlnntoprc fn fKa
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already needy situation. Volunteers
are being asked for only one hour per
month to be used in delivering meals
to about 10 area Kenansville elderly
residents. Dividing the Kenansville
homebound meals route and
manning the delivery program
properly would call for 50 volunteers
from the local area. Dykes said.
"Without volunteers, the home
bound meals program will have to be
discontinued in the Kenansville
area," Dykes said. "The Services to
the Aged program has enough funds
to provide the homebound with food,
but not enough to pay for their
delivery. And, that makes us and the
individuals homebound totally de
pendent on volunteers to make this
Kenansville is one of six nutrition
sites for senior citizens in Duplin
County, and the original location for
the first hot meals served to the
elderly by the Services to the Aged
"The program not only provides a
nourishing meal to the homebound
uivsi tinmen), uui aisu assures
these people that we care about them
as individuals," Dykes said. "It also
offers individuals and families the
opportunity to live independently in
their own home rather than in a
hospital or other institution."
Along with the 10 homebound
meals served to Kenansville area
senior citizens, 13 persons in
Wallace and 10 in Rose Hill receive
meals brought from nutrition sites by
Duplin volunteers. Meals from the
Faison. Lvman and Warsaw nutrition.
sites are also delivered to home
bound by volunteers.
Volunteers interested in delivering
homebound meals in the Kenansville
area can phone Mary Dykes at
Duplin Services to the Aged office at
296-1511 to sign up.
SOUP & SANDWICH LUNCH
The Kenansville Church is
sponsoring a soup, sandwich and
dessert luncheon beginning at 10
a.m. on Thursday, April 29th ?
Hundreds ot Used Kitctien
Cebinets. Doors. Windows.
Ranges. Bathroom Fixtures
Furniture. Shelving Display
Counters. Floor Tile.
F & J Salvage I
2717 W.Vernon Ave.,
N.C. Farm Bureau k
Service Center 1
Complete Tire Service Plus
. ON THE FARM SERVICE VCv
FARM SUPPLY, INC.
Located 1 Mile South Of Deep Run On Hwy. 11
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May 3-6 Amish - Winterhur - Longwood Gardens
May 11-19 Holland Tulip Festival, Michigan
May 14-17 Atlantic City and Ocean City
May 26 - June 3 Gatlinburg and The Ozarks
May 29-June 7 England and Scotland
June 8-16 Canadian Summer Tour
September 4-29 California and the Golden West
September 9-13 Epcot
September 16-21 New Orleans - Bellingrath Gardens -
The World's Fair
September 30 - October 9 New England
(Cape Cod, Bar Harbor and the White Mountains)
October 11-14 Nashville
(conjunction with Radio 101 - WWQQ)
October 13-25 Nova Scotia
(Prince Edward Island - The Cabot Trail)
October 18-21 Amish Country
October 26-28 The Great Mystery Tour
November 12 Southern Christmas Show in Charlotte
November 29 - December 2 Scottish Christmas Walk,
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