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? I Wl NOW H*?l TWO LOCATIONS TO B1TTM SIRVI YOU.
STORE NO. 1
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STORE NO. 2
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Peggy i nomas spent the weekend
with Mr. and Mrs. Keith Fountin in
Jacksonville and on Sunday they
were in Morehead City.
Rev. Rashie Kennedy was taken to
the emergency room in Goldsboro
after a minor accident/
Rex and Sylvia Phillips of Wil
mington attended the funeral of her
uncle, Chesley Williams, Tuesday.
Mrs. Russell J. Lanier Sr. of
Wrightsville Beach was here to spent
the weekend at their home in
Taking iq the Lenoir County Fair
Friday were Velvet Sanderson and
Susan Herring and Stephen.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Swinson and
children of Jacksonville spent the
weekend with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Marion Edwards.
Wilma Brinson of Raleigh spent
the weekend with her mother, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Randall Kennedy of
Wilmington spent the weekend with
Mr. and Mrs. Jessie R. Bostic and
Dana Bostic of Raleigh also came
Mrs. Helen Rouse of Richlands
spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Brown Kennedy.
Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Bostic and
children of Kinston visited Mrs.
Richard Bostic Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Fountain of
Jacksonville spent the weekend with
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McElven in Fayetteville Saturday.
She is from South Carolina and will
spend a few days with the Bratchers.
Laynette Maready of Campbell
College spent the weekend with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
Maready. She was organist for
homecoming services at the Beula
ville Baptist Church.
Dot Edwards spent the weekend
with his grandson and family in
Rhonda Creech, a student in
Raleigh, spent the weekend with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jackie
Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Thigpen of
Bethel came Sunday to attend the
homecoming services at the Baptist
Church. He is a former Beulaville
Tracie Rolling of Okeechobee, Fla.
arrived in Fayetteville Friday to
spend a week with Coleene and
The Sandy Plain Senior Citizens
expressed their appreciation to all
who helped make their bazaar a
success, especially to the churches.
Stores and individuals.
Mr. and Mrs. James Sutton of
Kinston left Raleigh Oct. 5 to fly to
Germany where they plan to tour
places of interest. Mrs. Sutton is the
daughter of Vechie Smith Whitman.
Homecoming at Christian Chapel
Free Will Baptist Church will be
Sunday, Oct. 7 at 11 a.m.
All friends, relatives and former
members are welcome to enjoy the
day. Dinner will be served after the
Revival will be the week of Oct.
8-12, beginning each evening at
7:30. The Rev. Bobby Jackson will be
The Village Duplicate Bridge Club
played a Howell Movement Wed
nesday, Sept. 26 at its regularly
scheduled game. The winners were:
First - Fran Beyer and Kay Autry of
Kenansville; Second - Chris Langley
of Goldsboro and Lee Allred of Rose
Hill; Third - Pony Quinn and Morris
Grady of Beulaville.
All bridge players are invited to
play duplicate bridge every Wed
nesday at 10a.m. in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Lee Allred on Newton
Street in Rose Hill.
FRIDAY NIGHT 6 5, Saturday 9-5
Brass Elec. Lamps $7.50
Pitchers & Bowls $22.99
(Purchased as set. Ditcher, bowl
and washstand - $39.99. Limit 1
Wooden Apples $1.98
Wicker Wreaths $5.98
Complete line craft supplies.
We now have pie safes, ice
boxes, looping horse quilt racks,
corner cupboards, etc.
Chiiatmaa Workshop - Oct. 18
THIS THAT k THE OTHER
Country Gift Shop k Florist
Hwy. 11 -2 mi. N. Pink Hill
(Small Line Of Groceries
, call or come
Main St. S68 41*3. Pink Hill
Opang 30 S. M F Sal ?:30 6