DELMA G. SUTTON
CLINTON - Delma George Sutton,
78, died Saturday. Funeral, Royal
Hall Funeral Home. Burial, Grand
view Memorial Garden.
Surviving: wife, Mrs. Rosa Lee
Peterson Sutton; daughter, Mrs.
Peggy Yancey of Richmond, Va.;
son, Wayne Sutton of Rose Hill;
sister, Mrs. El ma Fryar of Clinton;
WARSAW - Mrs. Lillie Mae
Tucker, 79, died Saturday. Funeral,
Community Funeral Home. Burial,
Surviving: daughters, Mrs. Ethel
Garner of Warsaw, Mrs. Josephine
Hyatt of Wilnun^ion; sons, Bobby
Tucker and James Tucker Jr., both
of Magnolia, James Tucker of War
saw, George Franklin Tucker of
McCain; sister, Mrs. Swindell
Montalaural of Virginia; 16 grand
children; 11 great-grandchildren.
EDNA A. BATCHELOR
CHINQUAPIN - Mrs. Edna Lee
Albertson Batchelor, 62, died Thurs
day. Funeral, Salem Presbyterian
Church. Burial, Amos Lanier Ceme
Surviving: husband, Haywood
Batchelor; son. Grant Batchelor of
Chinquapin; sisters, Mrs. Virginia
Bostic, Mrs. Tessie Norris, Mrs.
Dorothy Smith, Mrs. Lillie Lanier, all
of Beulaville; brothers, Roy Albert
son of Beulaville, Orlando Albertson
of Wilmington; two grandchildren.
MELVIN E. PRICE
MOUNT OLIVE - Melvin Edward
Price, 70, died Saturday. Funeral,
Tyndall Funeral Home. Burial,
Surviving; wife, Mrs. Lela Riven
bark Price- son Kenneth Price of
Faison; daughter, Mrs. Kathy John
son of Dudley; brothers, John Price
of Mount Olive, George Price of
Albertson, Dallas Price and Harvey
Ray Price, both of Goldsboro, Eddis
Price and Cullen Price, both of
Mount Olive; sisters, Mrs. Edna
Herring, Mrs. Carmie McCullen and
Mrs. Bessie Bland, all of Mount
Olive; four grandchildren.
JAMES H. BYRD
ALBERTSON - James Henry
Byrd, 88, died Saturday.
Surviving: wife, Mrs. Lydia M.
Byrd; daughters, Mrs. Wanda B.
Powell of Raleigh, Mrs. Edith B.
Kornegay of Mount Olive, Mrs.
Elizabeth Kornegay of Kinston, Mrs.
Elsie Sears of Rocky Mount; stepson,
Conrad Jones of Jacksonville, Fla.;
sisters, Mrs. Bernice Hussie of
Seven Springs, Mrs. Dollie Mae
Kornegay of Albertson; half brother,
E. Stanley Byrd of Seven Springs; 12
grandchildren; three great-grand
children; ? great-great-grandchild.
JOftN M. BRYAN
MOUNT OLIVE - John Milton
"Buddy" Bryan, 59, died Saturday.
Funeral, Jordan Chapel Baptist
Church. Burial, church cemetery.
Surviving: wife, Mrs. Skinner
Pauline Capps Bryan; sons, John
Paul Bryan and Elton Wayne Bryan,
both of Route 3, Mount Olive;
daughter. Mrs. Cynthia Faye Bethea
of Richmond, Va.; sisters, Mrs.
Alma Lee Daniels of Castle Hayne,
Mrs. Annie Ruth Haddock of Green
ville; four grandchildren.
CALLIE P. JONES
HARRELLS - Mrs. CMlie P. Jones.
91, died Saturday. Funeral, Siloam
Baptist Church. Burial, Harrells
. Surviving: daughter, Mrs. Belvin
Rooks of Harrells; son, Franklin T.
Faircloth of Atkinson; five grand
children; five great-grandchildren.
CARRIE T. THOMPSON
K1NST0N - Mrs. Carrie T.
Thompson, 86. died Saturday. Fu
neral, Garner-Howard Funeral
Home. Burial, Oak Ridge Memorial
ParV., Pink Hill.
Surviving: daughters. Mrs. Harold
Hardy and Mrs. Bonnie Sparrow,
both of Kinston; four granddaugh
ters; three great-grandchildren.
PINK HILL Allen Muse. 45. died
Friday. Funeral. Pink Hill Funeral
Home. Burial, Oak Ridge Memorial
Surviving: sons, James A. Muse of
Las Cruces, N.M., Kenith L. Muse of
Baytuwn, Texas; daughters, Ms.
Carmen K. Muse of Capitan, N.M.,
Ms. April M. Muse of Baytuwn,
Texas; brothers, Albert Muse of
Ruidoso, N.M., Thurman Muse uf
Baltimore, Md.; sisters, Mrs. Mattie
P. Murphy and Mrs. Shirley A.
Novitsky, both of Pink Hill, Mrs.
Annie M. Moore of Kinston; a
HENRY B. DANIELS
KINSTON - Henry Benjamin
Daniels. 59, died Monday. Funeral.
Rouse Funeral Home, LaGrange.
Burial. Fairview Cemetery.
Surviving: wife, Mrs. Annie Al
phin Daniels; daughters, Ms. Debra
Daniels of Raeford, Ms. Jacqueline
Daniels of Snow Hill, Ms. Gail
H<ibbs of Olympia, Wash.; son,
Michey Daniels of Dallas, Texas;
stepdaughter, Mrs. Martha Fitz
maurice of Dallas, Texas; stepson,
Thomas W. Alphin of Kinston;
sisters, Mrs. Louise Small of Seven
Springs, Mrs. Bernice Bunn of Snow
Hill Mrs. Olene Cox Of Pensaeola.
Fla.; brothers, Earl Daniels of Kin
s n, K ger Daniels of Elizabeth
Ci y; nine grandchildren.
STACEY F. JACKSON
BEULAVILLE - Stacey Franklin
Jacks n, 80. died Monday. Funeral,
C mmunity Funeral Home. Burial.
Jacks >n family cemetery.
Surviving: wife, Mrs. Adell Jack
s ;i; daughters, Mrs. Annette Mc
G 'Wen of Raleigh, Mrs. Sue Mercer
of Sneads Ferry, Mrs. Etheline
Atkins n of Kenansville, Mrs. Joyce
Remsen of Edgewater, Md., Mrs.
L uise Brown of Beulaville; sisters,
Mrs. Nancie Moore of Bowdens,
Mrs. Adcll Cottle of Rose Hill, Mrs.
Z ya Muldrow of Beulaville; brother,
Carl Jackson of Colerain, Grover
Jacks n and Elmer Jackson, both of
Beulaville, Willard Jackson of Rose
Hill; six grandchildren.
WARREN L. HORNE
BEULAVILLE - Warren Lenand
Home, 57, died Monday. Funeral,
First Christian Church, Richlands.
Burial, Home family cemetery.
Surviving: wife, Mrs. Sarah Cava
naugh H rne; moihcr, Mrs. Mary
Br wn H rne of Beulaville; daugh
ers, Mrs. Cathy Findeisen, Mrs.
L ri Bachelor, both of Richlands,
Mrs. Paula Bryan of Beulaville;
s ns. Warren Leland Home Jr. of
R cky P in . Kenne'h E. Home of
Wilming n, Lee C. Home of Rich
lands; br her. James E.^JJorne of
Beulaville; sis ers, Mrs. Ka'hleen
Marshall f Jacks nville, Mrs. Pat
ricia P Hard f Charlotte. Mrs.
D r hy Marshburn f Beulaville;
f ur grandchildren.
JAMES B. NEWKIRK
MAGNOLIA - James Bryant New
kirk, 71, died Monday. Funeral,
Magnolia Pentecostal Free Will
Baptist Church. Burial. Rose Hill
Surviving: wife, Mrs. Ethel Bran
ni>ck Newkirk; daughters, Mrs.
Carolyn Smith of Garland, Mrs.
Doris Chaveno and Miss Linda
Newkirk, both of Magnoiia; sons,
James R. Newkirk of Garland,
Eugene Newkirk of Ayden; sister,
Mrs. Ella Hawes of Clinton; brother,
Harvey Newkirk of Hampton, Va.;
WILLIAM A. SOUTHERLANI)
WALLACE - William Allen South
crland. 67, died Sounday. Funeral,
Edgerton Funeral Home, Burial,
Little Creek Cemetery.
Surviving: son, Allen Curtis
Sutherland of Wallace; sister, Mrs.
Mary Lee Southerland Grammer of
Hopewell, Va.; brother, Norman
Sutherland of Wallace.
WALLACE - Leroy James, 73,
died Monday. Funeral, Edgerton
Funeral Home. Burial. ^Rockfish
Mcm> Tial Cemetery.
Surviving: sister, Mrs. Gertrude
Knowles of Marion, S.C.; several
nieces and nephews.
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Cooking Class Fund Raiser
The Duplin County Medical Auxi- <
liary invites you to join in a "Graham
House Cooking Experience."
A cooking class will be held on
January 29 at 11 a.m. at the
Agricultural Building assembly
room, Duplin Street, Kenansville.
This is a unique opportunity to see
Chef Ramirez at work and share
some of his delicious recipes.
Coffee will be served during the
class session. Then guests will move
to the Graham House where they will
have an opportunity visit the wine
cellar and be served lunch at about
The cooking class and luncheon is
$25 per person with limited seating.
For tickets and reservations, call
Maggie Ammar at 296-1666 or
Roberta Lee at 293-7769.
Volunteer Of The Month
Troy Dewitt Mullis has been
named Volunteer of the Month of
January by the Duplin County
Services to the Aged.
Reverend Mullis is a graduate of
Davidson College in the class of
1937, and a graduate of Union
Theological Seminary in Richmond,
Va. He was ordained to the ministry
August 4, 1940, by Fayetteville
He retired after serving 39 years in
full-t!ine ministry. After retiring he
and tir .vife, Mary, purchased a
home iu Kenansville where they now
reside. He continues to be active in
the Lions Club, Duplin Ministerial
Association, Yokefellow Prison
Ministry, and the Duplin County
Rev. Mullis is considered a
valuable volunteer to the "meals on
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