TUESDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 11, 1952
Hove Dinner For
Miss Jean Wagoiiian. bride-elect
and her fiance Ray Scott of Wil
mington who will be married Nov
ember 16 in the Church of the
Good Shephard in Wilmington
were honored at a dinner party last j
Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Alton Jer- j
The dinner was held at the home 1
of the Jernigan's near Dunn.
Mrs. David Parrish of Raleieh
the former Miss Frances Lee Jer- ]
nigan who will serve as mat"on of I
honor greeted guests on their ar- ]
Miss Wagamon was presented a j
corsage of white carnations and |
the hosts gave her silver in her ;
The Jernigan home was decor- I
ated throughout with pretty flow- :
ers. A lace cloth was used on the
dining room table which was cen
tered with an arrangement of white j
intuns and w hite snapdragons l
flanked by three-branched crystal ]
candelabra with lighted yellow j
Dinner was served buffet style
with guests finding their places
marked with attractive bridal place
cards. The menu consisted of roast
chicken and dressing, green peas,
baby limas, mashed potatoes, near
salad, carrot curls, olives, pickles,
hot buttered biscuits, coffee, ice
cream and cake.
The guest list included the bon
oree and her fiance, the bride- I
elect’s motlier. Mrs. Alice Smith !
of Wilmington. Mr. and Mrs. A. |
A. Jernigan. Mr. and Mrs. Walton j
Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Jer- 1
nigan, Mrs. J. M. Lee. Mrs. Julia .
Mac Barefoot, Miss Brookie Jer-J
nigan, M'-. and Mrs. David Parrish |
of Raleigh, Charles Lee and Gra
Dunn Grove To
The Supreme Forest Woodmen |
Circle—Dunn Grove 181—will hold !
their regular monthly business meet
ing Tuesday night, November 11th.
Mrs. Dorothy Heath. President of
the Dunn Grove 181. urges all mem
bers to be present as work on the
Spring Convention must bp started.
Mrs. Virlginia Melvin. S. E Dis- i
trict Past President and President
of the Fayetteville Caoe Fear Grove
237 will be here for the meeting.
Dwight Mattox is a business
visitor in Greensboro today.
For“*the opening of
and Children’s Shops.
Closed For Remodeling
This is to advise the public that our cafeteria
will be closed indefinitely for remodeling.
We are now installing new equipment and
making other improvements in order to serve
WE WILL STILL BE ABLE TO HANDLE PARTIES
''The South's Finest"
DUNN, N. C.
ip V[ Jy \ _ iff
| MRS. RAYMOND C. WILLI
j ams, who before her marriage on
i November 7, in Dillon South
! Carolina, was Miss Margie Harper.
| daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bunnie
Harper of Erwin. Mr. Williams is j
I the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joel
Williams of Dunn.
Formal Tea In
Rocky Mt. Honors
Mrs. Blanche Daughtridge of!
Rocky Mount and Mrs. H. A. Me- I
I Neely of Sanford were co-hostesses I
| at a lovely formal tea Sunday as-
I ternoon from four until six o’clock j
| at the Daughtridge home in Rocky ,
i Mount, honoring Mrs. Hazel Joy
ner and Henry Sandlin of Dunn, j
jw ho will be married on Novem- j
! ber 16.
Friends and relatives of the brid
al couple, from Dunn, Fayette
ville, Raleigh, Sanford. Farmville.
Kenly. and Rocky Mount atten
ded the affair.
Mrs. Daughtridge and Mrs. Mc-
I Neely are aunts of the bride-elect.
HERE FROM OHIO
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dale and
children of Cincinnatti, Ohio were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dw.-ht
Mattox and family last Thur. t y.
Mrs. Dale is a cousin of Mrs. M«rt
Mrs. Bob Kelly and daughter,
Kathy, and Mrs. Kelly of Coats
visited Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Matt
ox Sunday. Mrs. Kelly is the for
mer Doris Jordan of Dunn. She is
residing in Coats while her husband
! is serving in Korea.
PATIENT IN HOSPITAL
Little Larry Wayne Baird son of
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Baird is a pa
tient in the Dunn Hospital. He was
badly burned at his home Sunday
WEEKEND AT BEACH
Mr. and Mrs. Houston Jernigan
and children, Anne, Bill and Char
| lie, spent the weekend at Topsail
Beach as guests of Dr. and Mrs.
I Willie Pittman and family of Fay
M/SS STRICKLAND, BRIDE-ELECT
IS HONORED AT TEA SUNDAY
Mrs. Leslie Campbell and Mrs.
; G. T. Proffitt complimented Miss
i Gladys Strickland of Campbell
• College, bride-elect of December
20, at a tea Sunday afternoon from
4 to 5:30 at the Campbell home in
: Buies Creek.
Guests were greeted by Mrs.
i Campbell and directed into the
1 living room to meet the honoree
and her mother. Mrs. Viola Strick
Serving in the dining room Were
Miss Catherine Campbell, Mrs.
Mrs. Godwin Fetes
I Mr. Lewis Godwin" was honored
i on the occasion of his birthday with
| a bridge party given by his wife
lat their home on Friday night at
| eight o’clock.
The living room and dining room
were decorated with white mums,
| red berries and autumn leaves for
i the gala occasion,
j R. A. Duncan, Jr., was presented
| shower soap for winning high score
for men and Mrs. Billy Pope was
j given a china cup for attaining
j the same honor among the ladies.
A box of candy went to Ed Wade
I for consolation.
j During play the hostess passed
j nuts and cokes and later in the
] evening a delectable frozen salad,
pimento sandwiches and potato
I chips were served with coffee.
I Couples enjoying the affair were,
j Mr. and Mrs. Hank Currin, Mr.
[ and Mrs. Billy Pope, Mr. and Mrs.
' John Ciccone, Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
! Duncan Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Ed
SHOP IN FAYETTEVILLE
Mrs. Marvin Wade. Jr., and
i daughter. Ashley, shopped in Fay
| eiteville Friday.
Mr. Hugh Sills, Laney Hodges,
Miss Effie Lou McLean and Linda
Aycock attended the Dunn-Winston-
Salem football game in Winston
| Friday night.
| SPEND WEEKEND IN LAGRANGE
; Mr. and Mrs. Alsey Johnson and
i children spent the weekend in La-
Grange and attended the Horseshow
AT KURE’S BEACH
Mrs. B. C. Johnson and son, Ce
cil enjoyed a fishing trip at Kure’s
Beach last week-end. They return
ed home Sunday.
VISIT IN CLINTON
Mr. and Mrs. John Parker and
children visited Mr. Parker's parents
in Clinton Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Butler and
son, Freddie, stopped by to see Mr.
and Mrs. C. R. Butler and family
on their way to send .Freddie to
Fishburne Military Academy, where
i he is a student. Mr. and Mrs. Fred
die Butler are from Roseboro.
>’»r D*II,» RECORD lIDIW, R
Jack Ragl«nd, Mrs. L. E. McKnight,
and Mrs. Gerard W. Herbert. Mrs.
Paul' Bagby poured coffee and tea.
Refreshments consisted of assorted
sandwiches, Scotch shortbread and
The dining table, covered with
a cut-work linen cloth, was cen
tered by an arrangement of white
mums flanked by candles in silver
Goodbyes were said to Mrs. G.
T. Proffitt. Approximately sixty
five guests called.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Coats and
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Cromartie Jr.,
were joint hosts when they enter
tained at a coffee hour on Sunday
afternoon from 3:30 until 5:00 o’-
clock at the Coats home honoring
Miss Nancy Abernathy and Mr.
Charles Overman who will wed in
Sharing honors were Miss Grace
Herring and Kenneth Taylor and
Miss Billye Pope and Mr. Billy
Upon arrival, Miss Abernathy was
presented with a corsage of yel
low roses and white shredded chry
santhemums. Identical yellow chry
santhemum corsages were given to
the other brides-elect and yellow
rose bouttonnieres to the prospec
tive grooms. The three couples were
remembered with gifts of long
stemmed silver dinner bells.
A yellow and white color scheme
was carried out in all of the ap
pointments throughout the home.
The dining room table was cover
ed with yellow streamers and cen
tered with an arrangement of yel
low snaps and roses in a lovely sil
ver urn. Yellow candles in silver
holders completed the decorations.
Mrs. A. B. Johnson, sister of the
honoree, poured coffee and tea from
one end of the table and refresh
ments consisted of ices molded in
the shape of yellow roses, decorated
cake squares, nuts and mints.
Around 30 guests called during
Gay Eight Bridge
Club Meets With
Mrs. Betty Bass
Mrs. Betty Bass entertained the
newly organized Gay Sight Bridge
Club at her home on W. Broad
Street on Monday night at eight
Lovely white and yellow chrysan
themums were artistically arranged
In the rooms of the home.
High score award was won by
Mrs. George Williams, who was a
guest for the evening. She was
given a box of candy. Mrs. R. A.
Duncan, Jr. scored second high
and received bath powder.
Cokes and sandwiches were pass
ed during play and at the con
clusion of play, a sweet course con
sisting of devil’s foed cake, Ice
cream and coffee was served.
Members making up the tables
of bridge were Mrs. Ollen Jernigan,
Mrs. Woody Myres, Mrs. Lee Sand
lin, Mrs. Bob Caudle, Mrs. Clarence
Cannady, Mrs. R. A. Duncan, Jr.,
the hostess and Mrs. George Will
iams, a guest.
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I * |
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McD. Holliday Class
Met Monday With
Mrs. Bill Carroll
Mrs. Bill Carroll was hostess to
the McD Holliday Sunday School
Class of the Hood Memorial Christ
ian Church last evening at eight
Colorful chrysanthemums in
pretty bouquets were used through
out the home.
Mrs. Herman Neighbors gave |he
devotional after which Miss Pauline
Bell, presided over a routine bus
iness meeting in the absence of the
president, Miss Bertha Westbrook.
Mrs. Wilson Stanley gave a de
lightful reading on giving thanks
and read a group of poems on
friendship and brotherhood.
During the social hour, the hos
tess served Russian tea, chiffon
cake and peanuts to the following j
guests, Dr. and Mrs. George Cuth
rell and members of the class, Mrs.
Freeman Wood. Mrs. Loroman Du
pree, Mrs. Louis Jeffreys, Mrs.
Henry West, Mrs. Lena Ingraham, j
Mrs. Herman Neighbors, Mrs. Man
gum Butler, Miss Blanche Bell. Miss j
Pauline Bell, Mrs. Wallace Dixon.!
Mrs. Lucille Harris. Mrs. Flonnie ]
Tart, Mrs. Hugh Williford, and
Mrs. Ada Gordon.
Club To Meet
Tuesday At 3:30
The Dunn Senior Woman's Club
will meet Tuesday afternoon at
3:30 in the Dunn High School Lib
Miss Bessie Massengill will have
charge of the program and all
members are urged to attend.
HOME FROM WAKE FOREST j
“Doc" Corbett, a student at Wake
Forest, was home over the weekend
visiting relatives and friends.
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A skilled watchmaker, he can
back up the guarantee on any time
piece by seeing to it that it stays
in perfect condition. To accomp
lish this he has put in the latest
model “Watchmaster,” that amaz
ing electronic device that can diag- I
nose the ailment of a watch as eas- :
ily as a physician using modern
methods can diagnose a patient’s
Watches timed by this electronic
machine can be adjusted to within
a few seconds of absolute accur
acy, regardless of their make. Use
of this machine was one l of the
things he learned while attending
a watchmaking school in 1944.
A native of nearby Cumberland
County, Fisher has been living and
working in this section since 1926,
and is well known in Dunn and
Aiding him in the new store, and
handling the necessary bookkeep
ing, will be his sister, Mrs. Mittie
He urges his friends in this sec
tion to drop in and look over his
stock and see how reasonably jew
elry items can be purchased when
there are no carrying or other
charges added to the original price.
'Continued Prom Page One)
when a party worker solicited him.
Mr. Carson supported the entire
Mr, Carson has served in the
office for about seven years His
service was interrupted only by
his. military service. He has a
splendid record and has ipen a
leader in the VFW at Lillingtoh
Mr. Carson today declined to
comment on the matter, but said
he had heard it talked.
The office pays;s33o a m intll, plus
S6O a month travel allowance. The
office is supposed to be strictly non
Citizens throughout the county
are expected to rally in behalf of
Chairman Tart said this morning
that Miss Williams lias not been
very cooperative with the county
Under the law, however, the
■Willi ii imill ii iiii m in I hi i
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Extends Best Wishes
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To District Posts
Three teachers . from Ha:
Comity and oho from nearby
soli were selected lor post: ni
District Meeting of the N
Carolina - Fduc.v ional Assoein
in Raleigh- Friday.
R. J; Denny of Duni
as .. ,-e-i It ich 1: u! tin ■., i
teachers division. '
\V J Barefoot of Benson
selected as vice-president dl
principals division and. TOtrey
Johnson, of Bu: s Crfeek. -in
of that division.
Martha ■ McLeod of .Olivia
named Vice-president . f the 1
county board alone cannot l ire
Williams. Since the Stale end
eral -governments pay a povtio
welfare workers' salaries, appi
ments must be approved by til
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