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The James Kenan Chapter, UDG,
met Friday evening with Mrs. S.
E. Hiaa wh Mesdames John Best,
W. P JBrldgeiM and Fred Baars, co
hostesses. 22 members attended.
The home was ensuite and deco
rated with summer flowers.
After the meeting was called to
order members contributed money
and canned goods to be sent to
the Confederate Womans Home in
1 1 A letter from the N .C. Division
J President, UDC, Mrs. Albert Lee
I Thompson was read by Mrs. R. L.
J West, president of the local chap
ter, Dialing ner appreciation xor
splendid reports given at the dist
rict meeting. She also stated that
It was most gratifying to note that
there was an increase in attend
ance at each district meeting.
'The program was on "The Fam
ily of Jefferson Davis" in which
Mrs. W. J. Middleton, Mrs. Fred
Baars and Miss Mary Alice Black
more gave Interesting highlights.
A delicious sweet course was ser
ved at the end of the meeting.
Billy Torrans Goes
Billy Torrans has gone to Man
teo, N. C, where he will be for
the summer. He was selected to be
in the cast of "The Lost Colony",
having three parts in the play.
While there he plans to take a
course In Fine Arts at the Exten
sion of the University of N. C.
Allen Draughon of Warsaw is
among 155 students who have en
rolled for the summer school sess
ion Which bcean Wednesday at Pres
byterian College, Clinton, S. C.
Mr. Draughon is a member of the
Junior class at the college and is
majorine in commerce. He is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Dnaughon
Mrs. Floyd Strickland compli
mented her niece, Mrs. Bruce Carl
ton of Clinton, who before her mar
riage was Miss Dixie Kornegay of
Bowden and Raleigh, on Tuesday
evening when she entertained with
a party at her home in Warsaw,
AtfriHva flower arrangements
were used for decorations where
bridge and rummy tables were set
Tinnn arrival the honoree was
presented with a corsage and dur
ing the evening received a piece oi
silver in her chosen pattern, ine
hostess also remembered Mrs. El
bert Mafcthis, recent bride, with
At the conclusion high score
award, an ash tray, went to Mrs.
Mauriee Jordan and low score In
rnmmv. a rins holder, went to Mrs.
Mntthio The hostess served a dain
ty sweet course of bridal ices and
individual wedding caKe to ner
Mrs. Wilbur Garner was hostess
I Thursday evening when she enter
mined with two tables of bridge,
I honoring her sister, Mrs. Robert
Sewell, of Midway, Ala., who is
Summer flowers decorated the
living room and during the play
coca colas and nuts were served.
At the conclusion the hostess ser
ved loe cream and cookies. High
score priza went to Mrs. Frank
Hobbs; jecond high to Mrs. Frank
Haislip. Tne nonoree received a
novel tea apron.
Mrs. Fred Gaylor was invited In
Georgia Anne Hopkins was non
oree Thursday June 17 when her
mother entertained 48 children on
her 13th birthday. Games and con
tests were enjoyed and Mrs. Hop
kins was assisted in entertaining
and serving fee cream and cake
with lemonade by Mr. , Walter
Little Judy Martin, daughter ef
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Martin cele
brated her third birthday Tuesday,
June 15, when her mother enter
tained with a children's party. Mas
dames W. A. Powell and Belton Mln
shew assisted in games and serving
of cake, Ice cream and lemonade.
Each guest received favors of candy.
Wednesday afternoon Linda Kay
Barr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mo
mon Barr, celebrated her fourth
birthday with a party entertaning
about 20 friends at her home. The
.kita nifnreii nines and were
presented favors of haloons and
served Ice cream and ca W
A. C. ilorris
Dies; Age 70
a n. Nnrms. 70. died early on
Tuesday morning at the home of
Roy Home near Beulaviue after
a brief illness.
Funeral services were held at the
Pinev Grove Free Will Baptist
Holiness Church Wednesday after
noon at 3 o'clock by Rev. B. A.
Daughtry of Goldsboro.
He is survived by two tons, Os
car Norris of Snead's Ferry and
Claude Norris of the home; two
daughters, Mrs. Sudfe Bostic of
Chinquapin and Mrs. Bva Edwards
of the home community.
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