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Bethel New« —— « ■ BY—MRS. LLOYD HINSO! Christmas 1963 is alum hero. Already boys and gin who are in colleges, away froi home working and also i sotne branch of service, hav arrived home or will arrive i time for a family get-to-geth er. Then there are alwa.v sotne who cannot fur variou reasons. Christmas usually i a gay time at our honte. Τ φ start the season off this yea will be Thursday night at VVi liams Township School whet their annual Christmas pi a; will be given. Next Sunctu; morning immediately follow ing Church S.hool the sinai children will present their pro pram which we always enjoy Sunday night at 7:30 the loca Μ. Y. F. will present theii Christmas Play — Seeing Th< ^ Star. Speaking parts will ')< by—Judy Long. Billy Lew:;· Gayncll Powell, Mi ton Wart John Bom;ir, Marilyn Wart! Ronnie Johnson, and Daphne Lewis. Other members of the Μ. Y. F. will make up the choir. The public is cordially invited to all these programs. Christmas is usually the most thrilling day of the year. Christmas means love, hope, Ρ faith, and understanding and forgiveness. It is a time for giving and receiving, sending greetings and as the mailman passes from ones box to rush out and hurriedly thumb through the mail to see who had thought abuot you and your family to take time to send a Christmas card, maybe from someone you hadn't heard from since last year this Ρ time. When the tree is up and all the de.orations in their proper places, there is always the meal to think about. And when the menu is worked out. Mother always tries to include the childrcns favorite dishes, Dady's favorite dessert, and :f jou are fortunate enough to have a son-in-law ami a ) grandson you certainly include them, as it is in our family When the time is set for the get-together and the meal is ready. All who have been in vited gather into the dinins area. After the blessing all serve their plates and enjoy the meal. After the meal is finished all gather in the liv ing room where the Christmas Tree is lighted with-different H colors and underneath many gifts are gaily wrapped. The logs in the fire place arc sending out their warmth, and all are eager to see what they have all fixed up so pretty. But just wait a few more min uies. A lavorite Cnriatmas song is sung and a prayei us ually by some member of the family, and then it's time for gifts to be given out. How I happy everyone seems to be, and before the day is over someone may say, 1 know what you can give me next Christmas. And you know what, it seeems like they get i . hen· mure often than they use I ... a· '*· lts because we are •s i ««Uin* older too quick. ; This Christmas let's all [drive t<, put Christ ba k into Christmas. With the hustle and bustle of shoppers and last minute things to do it is jo easy to forget sometimes what Christmas really means to some people. ; To all oi my readers and I 'heir families—nie and in ν family wish you Λ MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY' NEW YEAR. Curst Castor On Sunday December 29, at 11:1h) morn in« worship service, Rev Foster Reynolds of Rich land, N. C. will deliver th^ sermon. \\\· extend to the pub i lie a most cordial invitation. District Superintendent District Supt. Clyde Bobbs of Wilmington delivered the Sunday morning sermon at I our church. Immediately fol lowing the service he presided at the First Quarterly Confcr en e for the Bethel - Lebanon Charge. He was luncheon guest .of Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Lewis, iiilly and Daphne. Personal Notes Mr. and Mrs. Rhone And erson. Tommy and Rexanne of ; Whitcville and Mr. sind Mrs. Layton Ross Sandra and Hank of Eliznbethtown were visit ing Mr. and Mrs. Willie And erson. Mrs. Doretha Cox and Dianne last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dow Hinson were recent visitors of rela ; tives in Brunswick County. Rev. J. M. Carroll is a shut in suffering from burcitus. Rev. VV. B. Ward filled his ap pointments at Bolivia Sunday. He was accompanied there by J. D. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Strickland and Kent of Clar endon and Mrs. Bessie Ander son and Mrs. Duretha Cox vis- : ited Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hin- I son and Elaine Saturday night, ι Mr. and Mrs. Alvie Godwin of Valley Station, Kentucky j and Mr. and Mr. Charlie Long of Wilmington were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Burton Long during the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. John Ander son of Whiteville visited Mrs. Willie Anderson, Mrs. Doretha Cox and Dianne and Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Ward Suivhy . Willie Anderson ac.ompani- ί ed Mr. and Mrs. Layton Ro.-s! Sandra and Hank of Eliza bethtown to Burlington for the i weekend with relatives. Happy Birthday to — Billy j Inman, Addie D. Marlowe, and John Long, and Joe Marlowe. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gore of Whiteville attended Sunday morning worship service at our church. Several of our local M.Y.F. j members attended the Colum bus Sub District Youth Rally ί at Whiteville Methodist Chur ch Thursday night. Mrs. Cora Kenaton of Tabor City visited Mr. and Mrs. Wil lie Anderson recently. Food tor Thou slit The Best Day is Today. The ! Best Town is Where You Live, j The Best Work is What You i Like To Do. The Best Motive I is Work. The Greatest Mistake j ® is Giving Up. The Great Sin * is Fear, The Most Expensive I Indulgence is Hate. The Great- j ® est Trouble Maker is One Who j Talks Too Much, The Most ! Ridiculous Trait is False j Pride. The Most Dangerous a Man is The Liar, The Greatest e Need is Common Sense, The ! 0 Greatest Thought is God. Anon, ι p ie BY SHIRLEY COX BY: SHIRLEY COX Is your problem one of ι thin mouth which you desire to make fuller in appear ance? Try outlining your mouth with a dark outline just outside the natural edge of the lips and fill It In with lighter shade of lipstick. In som«* rases, adding a touch of white eye make-up only In the very middle of the mouth, where the lips Join, will add even more pleasing fullness to the mouth. Pleasing hair styling Is another matter, but one that can be nicely handled at Cameo Beauty Shop. In fact, any attention to the hair— tinting, permanente, styling —is a specialty at Cameo Beauty Shop, 5th Street. Make your appointment soon. Phone: 2251. UIIS WEEK'S HELPFUL HINT: Clear nail polish makes a good glue for mend ing broken china and many countless small Items. Deaths And funerals MKS. SALLIE FRANKLIN Mrs. Sallic Woodard Frank lin died at the Community Hospital Nursing Home Wed nesday afternoon after a per iod of declining her'th. Funerai .-ervices were held Friday at the Mount Olive Cemetery at Johnston, with the Rev. James Bowers offici Mrs. Franklin was born in Edgefield County, a daughter of the lute Mr. and Mrs. W. Henry Woodward. Surviving arc a son, C. M. Franklin of Loris; two grand sons; six sisters, Mrs. Sam Ham of Grinesvitle, Ga., Mrs. D. H. Johnson of Greenwoo'l, Mrs. W. L. Nuger of Wichita, Kan., Mrs. Ada Wertz of New berry an'l Miss Marie Wood ward of Little Ruck, Ark. ■ MRS. CHARLES ENZOR I FAIR BLUFF — Mrs. Char- I ies B. Enzor, 45, of the Spring ' Branch section of Horry Co- , unty died Tuesday at 10:30 p. m. in a Chapel Hill hospital after an illness of several months. Mrs. Enzor was the former j Rebe.ca Mildred Shelley of Srecn Sea, S. C.. was a beaut ician and an active member jf Spring Branch Baptist Church. The funeral was held from ,he Spring Branch Baptist Church last Thursday at 3 p. n. by the Revs. Lloyd Brun en and Morgan Gilr^a'.h «mil surial in the church cemetery. She is survived by her hus- i »and; two sons, Charles Baxt er and Terry Lawton Enzor,! loth of the home; her parents, ι Λγ. and Mrs. Henry P. Shel- j oy of Green Sea; three broth- ; rs, Watson and Victor Shel- : ey, both of Green Sea and Joe | ihel'ey of Whiteville; and a I ister, Mrs. Naomi Hinson of | Vhiteville. ETHEL VANCE BYRD 1 FAIR BLUFF—Ethel Vance i lyrd, 77. of Fair Bluff, died arly last Tuesday in a Dur- ! am hospital after an illness f seven months. He was a member of Fair Bluff Baptist Ihurch. Final rites were held Wed esday at 3 p. m. from the ! hapel of Meares Funeral j lome by the Rev. Suprgeon ! )orton, with burial in Powell ( lemetcry at Fair Bluff. Survivors include his wife, j Irs. Emma Page Byrd; a soil,' ames E. B.vrti, of Charlotte; wo grandsons, Danny Byrd ' f Charlotte and Jimmy Byrd j f Fair Bluff. ELERY CAUSEY Eleby Cause, 55, died Sal rday morning in a Charleston ospital. Funeral services were held londav afternoon at the Loris ■ 'reo Will Baptist Church by tie Rev. Mr. Owens. He is survived by his widow, dell Gore Causey; two dau hters, Mrs. Clayton W. Fowl r of Tabor City and Mrs. Loshell Causey of Loris; six uns, Ε. C. Causey of High 'oint, N. C., Leo, Ivy J., U. i., Donald Wayne and R. B. 'ausey of Loris; four brothers, larence of Whiteville, Ivey of ι harleston, Gaston of Macon, la., and Johnny of Loris; iree sisters, Mrs. Sheff Fowl r and Mrs. Roland Bessant of oris, Mrs. Burr is Long of lyrtlc Beach; and fifteen randchildren. GILBERT L. BULLOCK Gilbort Leverne Bullock, 51, a Whiteville department store employee who resided at Clar endon, died Sunday at 3:10 p. m. at Columbus County Hos pital. Death came shortly aft er his arrival at the hospital and was attributed to a heart attack. Mr. Bullock was the son of the late Walter and Smithy Harrelson Bullock and has been employed in Lienwand's Department Store in White ville for sometime. Final rites were held Tues day at 11 a. m. from the chap el of Inman's Funeral Home in Tabor City by the Rev. Boyd Williamson with burial In MJL_ Sinai Baptist Church Ceme tery. Survivors include two bro thers, Carl and Connor Bul lock, both of Clarendon, Rt. 1: and two sisters, Mrs. Lucille Blackwell, Clarendon, Rt. 1, and Mrs. Clara Page of Alex andria, Va. MRS. ELMER SMITH Mrs. Louise Stevens Smith, wife of Elmer Smith of Con way, died unexpectedly Satur day morning in a Conway hos pital. Funeral services took place Sunday at the Hardwick Fun eral Chapel with the Rev. George Lovelt and the Rev. Lester Bran.iam officiating. Burial was at the Patterson Cemetery. Mrs. Smith was bom !n Horry County April 9, 1921, a daughter of Bertha Stevens an-i thr Inte J. Ed Stevens. Surviving are her husband; I her mother; one brother, Ο Ε. Stevens of Charleston I Heights, two sisters, Mrs. Ken neth P. ilucks «if Long Island, Ν. Y., and Mrs. Lacy King of New Bern, N. C. ZENO Ζ. Fl PI'S cxpe:te<tly Monday at'terno. r. in the Community Hospital. Mr. Fipps was born in Hor ry County, the son of the la?.· Colon and Holland Tyson Fipps. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Rosa Hcweitt Fipps; three sons, Bruce Fipps Rob ert C. Fipps, both of f.oris, aiH Dewey D. Fipps of Conway; four daughters, Mrs. H. 1.. Anderson of Loris, Mrs. Pau! ~ ine Wood of Camden. Mrs. Dillon Martin «>ί Charleston and Mrs. Garland Woolen of Griffin. Ga.; one brother, Per ry P. Fipns of I.«m*U·; one sist | er, Mrs. C ommlc G> re of Ta ! bor City; 21 grandchildren and ' i.vo great «ran lei ildren. WILL Β SS-.'TII ι GALIVANTVjS FERKY — j Will U. Smith. 74. 01 Galivants ! Ferty rlied at 7 a. m. Sunday i morning at his home following j a shell illness. ' Funeral services were held Monday from the Sandy Plain Methodist Church. Survivors include his wid ow. Ac'die McNeil Smith and ! a large number of nephews and nieces. Doug Bailey In Community Hospita Prominent local druKKit Douglas Bailey was hospitaiiz ed in serious condition earl; Tuesday moining with what a μ per red to be a type of ίοιχ poisoning. Λ physician attending thi druggist said he was "dinn< well" Tuesday afternoon. lie sa d the cause of Bailey"? illness could not be determin ed until lie and a coUeat'ui finiished several tests thej were performing. He did say however, that Bailey did noi »erm to be in any danger. Bailey became ill as lu finished breakfast at his home Tuesday morning. He was rushed to Community Hospital, where his physicians were call ed. ' 4-1! OFFICERS at Ihr recent training meeting for new of ficers ill Conway was attended by Miss Lynn Graham, Wayne Mishne. Mists Jcannette llarrelson. Miss Evelyn Me· Neill, Dan Bellamy and Miss Alary Etta Todd. They are all 4-11 County Counc(l officers. Caravell£ makes the ι giving so easy! SHOCK-MSISTANT 1 \ AS LOW AS 7 ' m3 the first low-cost quality watch · · . 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