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, AUXILIARY JEEETS -,
The Woman's Auxiliary - of
Grove Presbyterian Church met on
Llonday afternoon at 4 o'clock at
the church with the president,
Mrs. I, A. Gavin in the chair. The
devotional was, in charge of ' Mrs.
It. V. Wells who also was program
leader for the day. She was as
sisted by Mesdames G. V. Gooding,
J. E. Jerritt and I. Eoutherland,
who discussed the v vital subject
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One 'of , the . prettiest parties of
the season'wns riven on last Fri
day afternoon froii 4 to 6 o'clock
when JIrs. Albert T Outlaw en
tertained about 25 guests honor
ing her niece, Miss - Rath ! Camp-
bell, of Greenville. 8. C.
"Jango" was the , interesting
musement. Each ruest won at
least one time, an some as many
as three or four times. Mrs. Out
law was assisted by Miss v Kate
Newton and Mrs. D. S. , William"
son in serving sweet course oon-
"Teaching the Pible in connection ?istin P & white block
, Dr.Jrvin Abell of Louisville Ky.,
former president of the Southern
Medical association and leadvr in
Southern medical . activities, who
game played. It afforded much" aJ was lected unanimously by the
.1 rw'icitvBu iuouiciu HBZOCiacum as IIS
j)rvident-elect for 1038 at Us At
lantic Pity convention. This action
means that next year Dr. Abell be
comes head; of the 105,489 organized
with the Fublic Schools.,". (
Mrs. James Whitfield entertain-
y sis vill j.,In her mother Jed at a delightful birthday party
a 1 1 ":cr r - idlers of her family; on last Sautrday afternoon, hon-
on a hi i
r try to several western
t'y i."..n to spend most of
e in I i&ico. :
i S. Eornrgay of Wash
J. ft. accompanied ' bv
"jraret Kornegay and Mrs.
E' S. Eornegy of Goldsboro
h--" per here Friday : night
ft' i ie Norwood Boneys. ,
s Tattie loftin, of Mt. Olive
f t Friday night and Saturday
.!...; 8 with friends. She attended
Mrs. W. Wells, Mgr. .
Booms and Apartments -By
Fay, Week or Month ," '
Er-ioy the Ocean Breeze
CALOLIHA EEACH,, N. C.
oring her three children, Phyllis,
Sammy, and Donald, :ach have
had a birthday during the past
month.. Each i honor ' i. guest
had a separate cake bearing 6, 4
ice cream and . individual ; aneel
food cakes followed by salted
uuts. xne rooms lor the . games
at woodland lake near twidshoro
last Thursday afternoon". f
Quite a crowd were at Maxiwell's
were decorated with lovely bowls Mill Sunday afternoon enjoying
and vases of vareigated i summer I the lovely scenery and cool breeze.
uuwcib, uie uouwe ger my pre-1 xme trees are oeaumui now.
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;A unique affair was eiven on
last Saturdav mornine1 when Mrs.
and 2 pink candles" respectively, I L A,'Beasley entertained , few
showing the ages of, each.-These friends at a bridge breakfast, hon
were cut and served with ice 0"nS her ' sister, , J- Mrs. , Daisy
cream to the more than forty pre-
v -"WOMAFS CLUB '
The members of the?l KenanS
ville Woman's Club decided not to
disband for the': summer - months
as many clubs do but hav? plan:
ned a series of splendid programs
which will be in charge cf the
fine arts department of the club,
' Mrs. F. W. McGowen is chair
man of this department and pres
ented the first of her - series' of
programs at the June meeting of
the club on last Thusday after
noon at 3:30. The program stress
ed, "Literature" and the " topic
chosen was, "The Ballad.'' - Mrs.
McGowen was ably assisted by
mesdames L. A. Beasl,ey, G. - E.
. The guests arrived at 9 o'clock
and were invited, into the attrac
tively arranged - 'dining , room
where they were served tempt
ing breakfast in three .' courses
Which consisted chiefly -of "Good
ole Southern fried chicken," and
its accoutrements. 'i. 4 ' ,
Later several games of contract
were Enjoyed in the liviner room
where two tables were set -up for I her brother, Albert and T
- Mr. R 0. Maxwell and Miss An
nie Maxwell - were in Fink Kill
Sunday afternoon and were accom
panied home by Mrs. Mabel M.
Holt, who' is spending a few day
with them.' i
- Mr: E. S. Grady has gone to
Morehead City for a few days.
Mrs.: Victoria Gooding continu
es about the same, she has been
an Invalid for years.' She always
tries to be patient and cheerful.
Mrs. J. K. SoUtherland visited her:
; Mrs. H. V. Maxwell visited her
mother in Fink Hill Wednesrav
Mrs. Sam Hill and children re
turned from their visit to Wash
ington, D. C, whero' she Vs
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i jv. C. E. L Ve r ovedhis
here in te T.t.' t Far-
"nge last weslc. e f .' id to
11 cm a hearty wel . tiW1 Mag
nolia. Ee prearhei LaulayA. M..,
in the John- ,a's LaptistChurch.
jut. vnaries Auemainy jr., oi
New Bern charmed pe people)
Sunday night with his wonderful
message and exhibit of pictures
of the Holy Land in' the Free Will'
n .t i. t ... . ' .m . s '
Aupusi cn men wiucn was pacaea
and a large outdoor audience who
could not get on,' but tried to
hear' and see through the . doors
and windows. Jie was the guest
of Mr. J. F. backer. , '
.- Mrs. Clarjr Gavin has returned
from a M&t with her daughter.
Mrs, ' Jack Boctio who has been
but is improving.
le C. T, Meachnm, of Fort
is visiting his grandmother,
. Mary Hoste.
revival at the Free Will
church will . continue through
Sunday-; Young Marson Brown is
giving wonderful messages for a
17-year-old. The Spirit seems to
give him utterance. He uses no
notes and does not lack for words.
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: 7 . : WELLAED WESTBEOOK, Prop. ' f ' :
- . sKear Grady School,' ,
Macla Ice Cream,, Beer, Ale.
1 ' FAITCY AND HEAVY GROCERIES
Tcxcxo Gas and OH
YOTTS EUSESIS3 APPRECIATED ,
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C-3 m the JScwH KrA
i rr't F.lioe stylos make good ;
if 1 for youl Come in
-i i?ft!rs rJjn toes, '
1.3 aid other i'yles, 7
' 1 nT c"tt8 in the
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,nt'9 ijasl Jaraian . .
bridge. Mrs. B. C, Wells compiled
tne Highest score,, fort which she
was presented dusting powder.
Mrs. Smith, the gtiesc of honor,
was given a lovely piece of linger
ie. Miss Ruth Campbell; ' another
visitor, ; was remembered with . a
box of stationery. ' 'j -
MISS FEJDGEK HONOEir ' '
Mrs., Bob Grady was a '
charming hostess when f
tained at a lovely br
last Saturday afterr
The occasion was ir
sister,; Miss Marc"
Warsaw ..whose f
, There ere (our table arranged
in the spacious living room midst
a preny nackground of sink srlad-
ioli and pink verbena intermingl
ed with fern. Tallv cards . , . used
carried out the bridal motif.' After
several progressions, 7 Miss ' Dot
Wells was presented a crystal bud
vase for Hugh score and Miss Nan
cy Jussely a beach basr for second
high score. The honor guest, Miss
Fridgen. was given a beautifnl
pair of bdudoir slippers;-. " Misses
Margaret Fuller and Ruth Camp
bell were also remembered with
visitors' prizes. tempting salad
course loiiowed the games Mini
ature corsages were given each
one present for favors. 1 -V : t
" Mr. 'and Mrs.
Fink Hill visit '
ents, Mr. a""
The"" farmers in our midst 'are
thankful for the recent s rainfall.
It has been very dry here.- -, -f
Mr. and Mrs. R, G. MaxweU are
both improving each da v. and
are able to enjoy the: nice weat
her, fruits and- flower'. We aH
love ' theirold beautiful country
home," J s j-1,. fi i,'
Mr. and Mrs. HV D, Maxrvell and
daughters, 'Rose and Violet, and
Miss Virginia Turner attended the
show at Einston Saturday night.
Norman Smith and wife "Ew-
nyn omna are living with his par
ents,' Mr, ana Mrs. 'Torn Smith,
ihey were married recently!, ' ' -:
Mr. 'Jo"e C. Maxwell,' .who has
be&n very feeble for some time, Is
improving, those .visitine in his
nome sunaay were: Mr. and Mrs.
Furnie Smith, Mr. and. Mrs. Sam
Hill and children, Mr, Mortimer
MaxweU, Miss Celia MaxwelL Mrs;
uaujk it xuitiuia, -iio-. jj, n,. xuxner,
Mr. E.'"D.'ICTea,. XImS Ann
Maxwell and Mrs. jiabei M. Holt.
Miss Effie Outlaw" nd Mrs.
Grover Jons visited friends in
Chocolate Saturday. 'Also in, rink
Eill. . '
ITrs. : ' 1 TI. T 't r-"'.t 1. t
v 'c v '(.''' 1. J. ? .
i of Bear
. jeer, who has
I several weeks
iid returned to
Washington D. C. where she will
spend the summer.
Mrs, S.- H. Mathis and daugh
ters, Mrs. James Martin and Jau"
nita of Mt. Olive, - spent Friday
with Miss Mattie Swinson. "
.Miss Fearl Rivets Swinson , of
Raleigh spent last week with her
parents, Mr, and Mrs, John Swin
son., . -y ,
1 Mrs. Willie Starling of Faison
Mrs, Glennie Outlaw of Wash
ington, D. C, recently visited Mrs.
J.. M. Jerome. ' s
Miss Annie Eatherine Bland is
home for a vacation.
'.Mrs, John Bandy of Smithfield
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W, B. Herring last week.
Rev. and . Mrs. E. C, Maness
spent Tuesday in Wilmington .
Mr. and Mrs. Glendon Wells of
Atkinson, spent some time with
Mrs. Wells parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. B. Hawes.
Miss Jennie May Home of Beau
laville recently visited friends
and r'-.im(i j
.iseu, wno ieu rrom
crate factorv last.
As badly hurt is still
.ospital in Wilmington.
.' J, M. Jerome was a shop
,n Wilmington Tuesday
iilrs. L. H. Bradshaw has return
d from a visit with her daughter,
, I Mrs. Gooding in Grifton.
I Dolores Meeds is visiting Beu
I lah Rochelle in Burgaw .
I . Mrs. S. E. Bntlfir ha rftiimwl
rock I to her home in Scotland Neck af
Rev, and Mrs. J. BL Barnes, who
are spending the summer in Tenn.,
are here for a short visit.
WOMANS CLUB MEETING
Mrs. L. E, Alderman, and Mrs.
J. A. Teachey , entertained the Rose
Hill Woman's Club at the home of
Mrs. Alderman Wednesday after
Following the business session
an art program planned by Mrs.
E. G. Murray and Miss Ruth Mur
ray was given. The first number
was an instrumental solo by Miss
Yvonne Alderman, and then Miss
ItfTarmiKtt a fink awl will n MAAwtti.
was a visitor ta the Community graduated from the art depart-
iuesoay evening., . . iment 0f Meredith CoUeee. took
Percy Best of near Warsaw is
spending this week with Roy Stok
es. " ,
Miss "Mattie, Jane, Mildred and
Martha Swinson visited Mr. and
Mrs. Austin Swinson Sunday after-
rnoon. r ; i .
''Mrs. George Register's mother
01 Warsaw is spending several
days in her home,
' Miss Mary Swinson is snendine
this' week with Miss. Mabel Mo
Clenny of Turkey.
; . Mr, and Mrs. James Hunter and
children,- Mrs. Kitty i Hunter of
New Fortv Wews .Va., visited Mr.
and -Mrs, Hunter last week. . ,
w Mr, Jack, Rouse ,o Albemarle
spent a few days last week with
his mother, Mrs. Ada Rouse. : ;.'
r Mrs, S. B, Hunter and sons have
moved to their cottage at Carolina
Beach- for the summer. Mr, Huh-tet-.will
join them for some time
soon; tfi a' 1"' t-t
Miss; Bonnie 'Sanderson has' re
turned: lor, several ' week to ter
father's, Mr. Bxe Sanderson. ' She
has held a' position in Miami Fla
for about tibiee years.' I
' Mrs. J. S. Westbrook returned
last; ""week from John Hopkins
Hospital where she spent several
weeks for treatment. ,
1'r. nd Mrs". Herbert Home of
C- '..IjiO spent' Sunday with his
m- " ot, Mrs. Florence Home.
- J. s Kacv Cox a?i.1 AImih
V ?n ati-n I . r .insr ser
ft te T rV. t (' in Eose
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charge of the program, Miss Blan
chard showed a number of her
works and commented on them. As
an introduction to one of the pic
tures, tne portrait 01 a small neg
ro hoy, Mrs, L. RY Alderman play
ed two old southern melodies. At
tne close of the meeting, Mrs, C.
F." Hawes gave two of John Char
les McNeill's poems.
The hostesses served cake and
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PRIZE WINNERS IN. CONTEST
The first prize in the yard im
provement , contest sponsored by
the Boosters Club was won bv Mrs.
L, W Williams. The second prize
wen- to Mrs. r. 8, Newton. ' ,
Outlaw's Bridge ;
- The Mission "Circle will' meet
Saturday afternoon with Mrs.
Gustav Ulric at 3:00. A cordial
invitation to all the ladies of the
community to attend a special
program. being arranged. ' -;r.
Miss Addie Ford of Greensboro
ia visiting relatives here, j ,
7 Mrs.-lioyd D. Sutton and child'
ren of LaGrange spent Friday with
jut. ana. mrs. 4. u. raner. - , ;
' Mr. and Mrs. M L. Outlaw Jr.
and Ben Frank Drady Outlaw vis
ited Mrs. Eva Rouse at Liddel Sun
day. s ! .' ; 4s
L. W. Outlaw Miss Rachel Out
law, Mrs. Eric Bereer: Mrs. F. K
Hammond of Fayetteville visited
Mrs. R. E. Simmons in irin4nn
Sunday afternoon. " J - r ; ,
T!ie V .P. C. U is sponsoring a
if 0 r,ft r'"y,"Aunt Eetty", in the
lr ' n n:j?y nit at
OUTLAW., DICKSON: ' ' j
' I During the years just after' the Revolutionary War a
large number of Duplin County VcitizenS emigrated to .
Tennessee (then, the western part of North Carolina) and "
became prominently identified! with public affairs. It is ,
J an interesting historical fact that during' the years 1799
:Hk)l, the presiding officers of the two .Houses of the Ten
nessee General Assembly were sons of " Duplin. ' Their ;
, names have been recorded as leading men of their day in '
' Tennessee. A brief outline of their public servcie is as '
'..'follows: , " f . T - ,', f v 1 A", f(
Colonel ALEXANDER1 OUTLAW son of Patience
(Whitfield) and Edward Outlaw, lived at Outlaw's Bridge, .
Duplin County. He served in the Revolution as a cap- ',
tain of militia under General James Kenan ani later as ,
a recruiting officer and quartermaster of the Tenth Hegi-1' ' '
ment. During the war he moved to Washington County ,;
in the western par.t of Virginia where he served ms i
militia officer and fought with Colonel Campbell's men . ; 1
in the battle of King's Mountain. He " then , moved to s'
Greene County, North Carolina (now Tennessee) about
the year 1783, a,nd rceeived several grants from th'!.'
, State of North Carolina for large tracts of land for
' military services. He was elected artd served the ' next
year as a member of the N. C. General Assembly at. New
Bern and introduced a bill asking for a new State in the
western territory by the name of West Carolina. Dur-
ing the same year he was a member of the convention
held at Jonesboro which led to the formation of the State''
of Franklin (later Tennessee) and served that State as a , '
Colonel of militia, Commissioner to negotiate with the,- '"
Cherokee Indians, and as a County Court Justice. After . ;
the collapse of the State of Franklin he was again a mem-
ber of the N. C. General Assembly at Fayetteville in the
years 1788 arid 1789. Also, he was a member of the Con- ' v.
stitutional Convention held in Fayetteville, November 21, .
1789. Upon the admission into the union of the , new
State of Tennessee he served as a member of the - first " ,
Constitutional Convention and represented Jefferson .
County (formerly Greene) in the first General Assembly. . ,
He was leected and served as Speaker of the State Sen- ' '
ate during the years. 1799 and 1801. Hlhen retired from
active pursuits andf lar?i,ihoyedJttrCahaba rathTteTJfolrP'-
of Alabama whe he died in October, 1826, in the 88th.;
year of his agfc. Colonel Outlaw's wife was Penelope;" '
Smith of Duylin County. They had one son, Maj. ,( ?
Alexander Smith Outlaw, and four daughters who married ' 1
well known rrje,n of Tennessee to wit : Judge David Camp- , j ,
bell, U. S. Sdnator Joseph Anderson, Colonel Joseph 1 - ' ' J
Hamilton, and Paul McDermott.
Doctor WIB.LIAM DICKSON, son of Mary .(Williams)' ,
and Colonel William Dickson, was born in Duplin County,'' x
May 5, 1770. He attended the old Grove Academy near
Kenansville, studied medicine in New York, and began the
practice of his profession in his native County. He moved
to Tennessee and continued the practice of medicine in
Nashville until elected a member of the State House of
Representatives in 1799-1800 and served as Speaker- of
that body when only 29 years of age- He was then clec
ed and served as a member of the U. S. Congress from
March 4, 1801 to March 3, 1807 when he returned to
Nashville, practiced medicine and served as a trustee of '
the Univeristy. Dr. Dickson died Feb. 18, 1816, in, the 46th
year of his age. His wife's maiden name (according to a
newspaper clipping) was Polly Gray, daughter of Maiof
Gray, of Franklin County, North Carolina, Their children
were Cornelia Ann, Indiana and Florida Dicksons
8.30. Admission is 10 and 15 cents
A dance will be given later in the
evening . Admission, 25 cents.
Proceeds will go to the new par
sonage, The public is invited to attend.
Fertilizer supplemented 'wit'
ComiffiAnlnlifltn ,..hmn . 'mm.
ium and manganese is being te?
ed by bulb growers in Kew Cf-'j
wcr bousiy to remedy punt c i-
ease conditions and to -. prom . 'a"
better growth f the bulls. 'ti'J I ' :
WARSAW, N. C.
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