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Ri-aS. STACY BRITT
, WABSAW EDITOR
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Mrs. Stacy Brltt, Phone 293-6
Warsaw, N. C.
Graduates At ECTC
Miss Margery Lee Thomas, dau-
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Tho
' mas of Warsaw, was graduated
from E. C. T. C. Greenville Monday
' ", June 7, with a BS degree in pri-
mary education. Miss Thomas will
teach In the Goldsboro City
, - School next year.
During her four years in college
she took an active part in college
activities and in her senior year,
, , she was president of Poe Literary
, Society, member of the Student
- . Legislature and was an attendant
in the May Court
Miss Smith Honoree
Miss Katherine Smith, brido
. elect, was complimented Thursday
evening when Mrs. Momon Barr
' and Mrs. Leslie Torrans entertain
ed with a pretty party and shower
, in the home of Mrs. Barr on Col
IV lege Street Throughout the home,
which was ensuite, were arrange
ments of mixed summer flowers
: and six tables of bingo were placed
Upon arrival the honoree was pre
- sented a corsage of sweetpeas.
Following the enjoyable bingo
games, in which numerous prizes
- were awarded, Miss Smith was pre
sented a lovely array of miscellan-
- eous gifts and the hostesses served
, a delicious chicken salad course
' with coca colas and nuts.
Vith The Sick
.4 Friends of H. S .Kornegay, who
has been quite ill, will be interest-
; ed to learn that improvement is
' ; noted in his condition.
'- JBev. Eugene Clarke, who is a
; patient at Duke Hospital, is getting
s along as well as can be expected
following an operation last week.
' ' Circle No. 1 met Monday even
ing in the ohurch parlor with hos-
, tesses. Mrs. Frank Ilalslip and Mrs.
Paul Hunter and 10 present. Mrs.
: B. C. Sheffield, chairman presided
, and Mrs. W. J. Middleton led the
i Bible Study. Mrs. Haislip presented
an interesting program aiter which
sandwiches, cookies iiiid lime punch
were served .
, Circle No. 2 met Monday after-
noon Inr the home of Mrs. E. P.
Ewers with 10 present and Mrs.
Walker Stevens presiding. Mrs. K.
H, Best, Jr. presented the Bible
Study and Mrs. R. W. Riggs gate
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the program. The hostess served
cake and cooa colas.
Circle No. 3 met Monday after
noon with Mrs. Jesse Stewart with
17 present and Mrs. Jimmy Kitchin
presiding. Mrs. Eugene Clarke
taught the Bible Study and Mrs. W.
E. Hines presented the program.
The hostess served ice cream, gin
ger ale and nuts.
The Ruby Daniels Circle met
Monday afternoon in the home of
Mas. Fred Gaylor with Mrs. Estele
Hudson associate hostess and with
8 present. Miss Betty Loftin pre
sided and read from Matthew 8 the
devotionals. Mrs. L. H. Brown
spoke on the Heck-Jones offering
and Mrs. Robert Blackmore taught ,
the mission study. The hostesses!
served coca colas nd ice cream
The George Rollins Circle met
Monday afternoon in the home of
Mrs. Davis Kollipgsworth with Mrs.
Macon Hollingsworth as joint hos
tess and 7 present. Mrs. J. C. Brock
read the devotionals and Mrs. E.
B. Sides discussed the Heck-Jones
Memorial. The hostesses served ice
cream, cake and nuts.
The Annie Kate Powell Circle
met Aionday night in the home of
Miss Nora Blackmore with Mrs.
Paul Britt as joint hostess and 19
present. Mrs. Edgar Pollock presid
ed and gave the Bible Study. Mis.
Mosley Phillips, presented an inter
esting program and was ably assist
ed bj Aiesdames Momon Barr, H. M.
Touchberry, R. M. Herring and
Miss Powell. Following business the
hostesses served chicken salad
sandwiches, cookies and coca colas.
The Katie Murray Circle met on
Monday evening in the heme oi
Mrs. ivlyrtie Swinson with Mrs.
Carl Winders co-lrestess and 16
present. Mb. Henry West presided
and ilia. Winders had charge oi
ihe devotionals and program. The
hostesses served lemon pie with
coiled and nuts.
The Kosa Hocutt Powell Circle
met Monday afternoon in the Jome
oi Mw. C. A. .Womack with Mrs.
Bill Stokes as joint hostess and 13
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the late Ernest G. Blanohard of
place en June 26 at IVinity
present. Mrs. J. W. Straughan pre
sided in the absence of the chair
man, Mrs. D. T. Chambers, who is
ill. Mrs. L. S. Whittle gave the de
votionals and the mission study
was taught by Mrs. G. S. Best. The
hostesses served sandwiches, cook
ies and tea.
Five Year Old Girl
Wins Bicycle Here
Little five year old Beryl Slayton
of Warsaw, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Slayton, was the lucky
winner of a Meade Bicycle, given
away by Clark's Drug Store in a
Tek toothbrush campaign. The
award was made Monday night
after 6 weeks of exelting interest.
The bike is a boy's style and too
large for little Beryl. She says she
is going to sell it and invest the
money in Government Bonds.
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Card Of Thanks
The family of Mr. and Mrs. A
Brooks, of Warsaw, wish to express
their deepest appreciation and grat
itude for the kindnesses shown by
their many friends during the re
cent tragic death of their son,
Mrs. Park Pridgen spent the
week end with her daughter, Mrs.
H. W. Sholars in Rich Square. Mrs.
Sholars and her son, Wilson, Jr.,
brought Mrs. Pridgen home and
spent a couple of days with her.
Clarence J. Brown, Jr. of Winston
-Salem visited his mother, Mrs. C.
J. Brown the past week end.
Misses Barbara Thompson, Mae
Brown, Sarah Gaylor, Jean Gard
ner and Jean Newkirk are spending
the week at Carolina Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Touchberry
had as recent guests his sisters,
Miss Alice Touchberry and Mrs.
J. F. Walcott of Palm Beach, Fla.
Mrs. Touchberry and sons accompa
nied them to Baltimore, Md. for
a visit with their sister, Mrs. W. M.
Pierpont and husband.
Mr. and Mrs. Millard Williams
and son of Wilmington were guests
Sunday of Mr. Ed Bostic.
John W. Hill of Hollywood, Fla.
visited his brother Seth Hill and
other relatives last week.
Mrs. R. E. Wall left Thursday
for Epping, Md. where she will
viit her mother.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Baines of
Wilson were guests last week of
Mrs. Annie Cox and Mrs. Ite!ph
Ross Wadkins had as guest last
week his sister, Mrs. M. A. Smartt
of West Point, Ga.
Miss Fannie Woodward has re
turned from teaching in Tarboro.
Mrs. E. T. Tumi e j and son of
Rocky Mount were guests of friends
Mrs. J. M. Peirce spent the week
end in Chapel Hill and attended
her daughter, Margaret's gradu
ation on Monday.
Leslie Brown, Jr. is employed
for the summer at Carolina Beach.
Ernest Hussey is home from
Chief Petty Officer and Mrs. Nor
wood Bostic were home for the
week end with their parents. Mrs.
Bostic remained for the week.
Miss Rebecca Best, student at
Wake Forest, is home for the sum
mer. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barker of
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Oxford were week end guests of
their mother, Mrs. W. A. Carter.
She acoontanled them home for
a visit. .
Georgfe Best, Jr. left for Camp
Morehead where he will be a Jun
ior Counselor for two weeks. .
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Lasater of Er-
win spent Saturday with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Miller and
were accompanied home by their
niece, Miss Joyce Whittle.'
Mrs. Frnk Thomas and Miss
Helen West were week end guests
at ECTC and attended the gradu
ation of Miss Margery Thomas on
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hines, Mr. and
Mrs. Francis Oakley apd children
and Mr., and Mrs. L. O. MeCullook
spent the week end in the Hines
cottage at Carolina Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bostic and
Mr. and Mrs. Raeford Bostic 'were
called to Magnolia last week on ac
count of the sudden death of Mrs.
Walter Boslic's brother, Mr Regis
ter. ;V..:' I
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Drauglion
spent the week end in Clinton, S.
C. with their son Allen, Jr. f
Mrs. Mary Williams of Kinston
was the week end guest of Mr. and
Mrs. L. O. Williams.
Mrs. C. W. Hester returned to
Chase City, Va. Monday after visr1
ning ner aaugnters, Mrs. k. a.
Best, Jr., and Mrs. Walker Stevens.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Albertson
have moved into their new home
near the high school. Mr. and Mrs,
J. K. Rea, Jr. have moved into the
home formerly occupied by the
Mr. and Mrs. J. 1. Gresham, Jr.
have as guests her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Shelton and grandmoth
er, Mrs. Derton of Columbia, Tenn.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Potter and
children are vacationing at Long
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Kitchin and
daughter, Betsy, and Mrs. A. L.
Cavenaugh returned Thursday
from Virginia Beach.
Dr. and Mrs. E. P. Ewers had as
houseguest this week Mrs. Ewer's
sister, Mrs. Miller and family of
Rev. and Mrs. G. Van Stephens
are attending a Baptist Pastor's
School at Seaside Baptist Assembly
at Carolina Beach.
Miss Dorothy Wightman, County
Librarian, left Thursday, June 10
to attend a conference of the Am
erican Library Association at At
lantic City, N. J. The conference
will be from June 13 to 19. Miss
Wightman expects to bring a num
ber of new books back with her.
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